We are always looking for bright and dedicated students to join our lab! We encourage you to apply to JHU’s Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering MS and PhD programs. We are looking for a post-doc to join us in 2024. Email [email protected] if interested. PhD Program (Deadline – Dec 1, 2023) Continue Reading
Congratulations to Yiran (Gigi) Wang for winning 1st place at the Future Leaders symposium for her “outstanding soundbite presentation” at NC State University. Gigi’s winning strategy was to use a pie- baking analogy to make our Bayesian optimization code more accessible to her audience. Gigi is part of the BayesOpt Continue Reading
Exciting news! New PhD graduate Aaron Chen’s article, ‘Comprehensive study on organic crystalline growth roughness’ (DOI: 10.1039/D2MH00854H), was chosen to be featured in an upcoming Editor’s Choice collection on Organic Electronics by Materials Horizons journal. 🌐🔬 Aaron’s insightful MD simulations and a wonderful collaboration with Princeton researchers, including Dr. Barry Rand and Continue Reading
The Clancy group extends due congratulations to Kumar Miskin for passing all three of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering’s oral qualifying exams: Structures, Thermodynamics, and Kinetics. Notably, he achieved a very rare “high pass” in Structures. We are extremely proud of all the work Kumar has put forth Continue Reading
Congratulations to Gigi Wang for receiving Tau Beta Pi (honor society) scholarship for her senior year, 2023-24, based on her contributions to research scholarship and service. Tau Beta Pi is the oldest engineering honor society in the U.S. It honors engineering students in American universities who have shown a history Continue Reading
Maitreyee Sharma, who is finishing up her first year as a postdoctoral scholar in the Clancy group, was awarded first prize in Johns Hopkins University’s 2023 Annual Postdoctoral Conference for her talk titled, “Material Discovery: A Pie-Baking Analogy“. More information about the event can be found here. In separate but Continue Reading
Some members of the Clancy group took a weekend camping trip to Green Ridge State Forest in Allegany County, MD. It was a great opportunity to get out of the city and experience nature firsthand!
The OneChemistry Symposium, organized by Prof. Rigoberto Hernandez (Johns Hopkins University Department of Chemistry), brought together the SPIRAL team comprising researchers from the University of Virginia, Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and the University of Michigan to discuss the future Continue Reading
Congratulations to Gigi Wang for receiving recognition from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) for her Research Technical Presentation titled “A perspective and future directions for PAL: Physical Analytics pipeLine”.More information about the ChemBE department’s stellar showing at the AIChE Spring 2023 conference can be found here.