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!
Haonan is awarded Douty Fellowship for 2018-2019 academic year. Congratulations!
The paper “Effect of Physical Nanoconfinement on the Viscosity of Unentangled Polymers during Capillary Rise Infiltration” co-authored by Haonan was published on Macromolecules. 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.
Haonan’s paper, “Dramatic Increase in Polymer Glass Transition Temperature under Extreme Nanoconfinement in Weakly-Interacting Nanoparticle Films“, was published on ACS Nano. Congratulations!
Murray Skolnick receives the 2018 Hypercube award for his research in computational chemistry. Congratulations Murray!
Yi-Chih’s paper “Kinetics of Surface-Mediated Fibrillization of Amyloid-β (12-28) Peptides” was published on Langmuir. Conguatulations!
Chen’s paper “Controlling Magnetic Dipole Resonance in Raspberry-like Metamolecules” was published on The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Congratulations!
The paper co-authourd by Haonan, “Effect of Polymer-Nanoparticle Interactions on the Viscosity of Unentangled Polymers under Extreme Nanoconfinement during Capillary Rise Infiltration,” was published on Soft Matter and was selected as the cover paper. Congratulations!