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2013 Archive

 

Prof. Anthamatten Turns Vapors into Foam-Like Polymer Coatings

October 15, 2013

ICVD(Insulation surrounds the low pressure reactor system in which Mitchell Anthamatten, associate professor of Chemical Engineering, and graduate student Ran Tao grow highly customizable coatings of foam-like polymers. Photo by J. Adam Fenster/University of Rochester.)

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Tang receives Rhein award, is inducted into CEA Hall of Fame

October 1, 2013

tangThis month brings more accolades for Ching Tang, Professor of Chemical Engineering, whose invention of the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) gave birth to a multi-billion-dollar industry.

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Tenhaeff explores new electrolyte design for lighter, safer lithium ion battery packs.

September 25, 2013

tenhaeffWyatt Tenhaeff, the newest member of the Chemical Engineering faculty, will spend the next year exploring whether engineered electrolytes can be designed to create lighter and safer lithium ion battery packs that power electric and hybrid vehicles. Tenhaeff, will be working with Dr.Gabriel Veith, a senior staff scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), who is the principal investigator of the project; Tenhaeff worked in the same group with Veith at ORNL before joining the ChemE faculty this summer.

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Professor Richard "Dick" Eisenberg Passes Away

August 8, 2013

Richard Eisenberg

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J.H. David Wu gives plenary lecture on bacterium’s potential for producing biofuels

July 30, 2013

 

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Professor Jacob Jorne gives lecture in Israel

July 30, 2013

Jacob Jorne

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Professor Wyatt Tenhaeff Joins the CHE Department

July 1, 2013

Wyatt Tenhaeff

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Professor Alex Shestopalov Awarded $799,000 NSF Grant

November 8, 2012

Gavett Hall will soon house an advanced X-ray photoelectron spectrometer (XPS), as the result of a $799,000 grant awarded by the  National Science Foundation to a team headed by Alex Shestopalov, assistant professor of chemical engineering..

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Three Former Students Inducted as Fellows of the AIMBE

February 20, 2012

Three former PhD students/post-doctoral fellow of Professor J.H. David Wu were inducted as Fellows of the AIMBE (American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering) in the induction ceremony held in Washington DC.  AIMBE is a national leadership group and honor society, representing 50,000 individuals and the top 2% of medical and biological engineers (http://www.aimbe.org/about-aimbe/).
(left to Right) Dr. Wang, Prof. Wu, Prof. Mantalaris, & Prof. Sakai

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