Corie Cobb receives DARPA Young Faculty Award

Congratulations! Former BESTie Corie L. Cobb receives 2019 Young Faculty Award from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to advance research in energy storage through new design and additive manufacturing methods. Corie is a Washington Research Foundation Innovation Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Clean Energy at the University of Washington. She is also a member of the Clean Energy Institute and the Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute

Corie will receive nearly $500,000 over two years for her project, “Additive Manufacturing for High-Energy-and-Power Multi-functional 3D Batteries.”

The award was presented by DARPA  program manager Michael Fiddy.

Visit her lab website to learn more about her research group.