Gurjyot Sing Sethi Won the 1st Place in the Annual CMU Energy Week Poster and Multimedia Competition
The CMU Energy Week Poster and Multimedia Competition is a unique opportunity to showcase your energy-related research and other activities, such as software, videos, art, models or sculptures. Participants will be able to submit either Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related or Non-STEM related work.
The competition was open to Carnegie Mellon undergraduate, master's and PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.
Gurjyot Sing Sethi won the 1st place in this competition with his poster titled "Identifying the prospects of Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis using First-Principles Calculations."
He was awarded $1,000.
Gurjyot Sing Sethi is a graduate student in Venkat Viswanathan's group.
He is from India. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India.
He is also a recipient of SERB-CMU scholarship.
See his poster here