Hai-Wang Yong Awarded Global Mobility Research Fellowship

August 1, 2017

"Award recipients expand Brown’s global reach and will contribute to the institution’s mission of discovering, communicating, and preserving knowledge."

– Graduate School

Hai-Wang Yong, a Year 2 graduate student in the lab of Prof. Peter Weber, has been awarded a Global Mobility Research Fellowship from the Brown University Graduate School. This competitive fellowship provides Ph.D. candidates with a stipend to do research abroad for one semester. 

Hai-Wang will pursue a research project titled "Creating experimental and computational maps of electron density distributions in molecules" at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand) and the University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom) during the Spring of 2018.  He is a Ph.D. candidate in the Weber Lab, a physical chemistry laboratory focusing on the application of ultrafast laser spectroscopy to develop our understanding of chemical processes. 

Congratulations, Hai-Wang!