Prof. Zahra Fakhraai wins the 2019 American Physical Society’s John H. Dillon Medal “For exceptional investigations of surface effects in polymer glasses and amyloid aggregation.” Congratulations!
Zahra Fakhraai receives a grant from the Dean’s Global Inquiries Fund at the School of Arts and Sciences to study “Active Coating Technologies (ACT) to Mitigate the Global Water Crisis”. This project is in collaboration with Russell Composto, Daeyeon Lee, and Kristin Field.
More information about this grant can be found here.
Murray Skolnick receives the 2018 Hypercube award for his research in computational chemistry. Congratulations Murray!
Prof. Zahra Fakhraai has been selected as a member of the tenth cohort of the Penn Fellows program. Congratulations!
Ethan Glor and Gabriel Angrand’s paper “Using deposition rate to increase the thermal and kinetic stability of vapor-deposited hole transport layer glasses via a simple sublimation apparatus” was published at The Journal of Chemical Physics. Congratulations Gabe and Ethan!
Gabriel Angrand receives the ACS Analytical Chemistry Prize and Hypercube Award for his undergraduate research and achievements. Congratulations Gabe!
Bohan Li receives the Joel Barrish Fellowship from the Department of Chemistry to pursue summer research in the lab. Congratulations Bohan!
Yue Zhang won the American Physical Society’s Padden Award. Congratulations Yue!
“The Frank J. Padden, Jr. Award, consisting of a certificate and appropriate recognition, honors a graduate student for “Excellence in Polymer Physics Research.” ”