Anthamatten wins Nontenured Faculty Award from 3M

 January 30, 2007

Anthamatten wins Nontenured Faculty Award from 3M

Mitch Anthamatten, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering

(January 2007) Mitch Anthamatten, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, has won a Nontenured Faculty Award from 3M. The award, provided by the 3M Contributions Program, provides research funds for basic research in the area of physical and/or biological sciences. Anthamatten's research group is attempting to use non-covalent interactions to guide the self-assembly of molecules into useful structures with applications that include fuel cells, solar cells, and shape-memory polymers.