It is a great pleasure to announce that Haili has received an APS GDS IMPACT award. This American Physical Society Topical Group on Data Science (GDS) IMPACT Award recognizes graduate students who have made noteworthy progress in their academic careers in the Data Science field. In Haili’s case, this was awarded Continue Reading
Join the Clancy Group at Johns Hopkins!
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. For questions, inquire at any of the emails listed in the People – Current Members page.
Grants & Funding: 2022-early 2023
The Clancy group has been awarded funding from the following sources via grant proposals in 2022 and early 2023:
Grants & Funding: 2020-2021
The Clancy group is grateful to have received funding from the following sources in the past few years:
Successful Thesis Defenses
The Clancy Group extends a big congratulations to the following group members who orally defended their doctoral theses in 2022: An additional congratulations to Wenxin Xi for successfully defending her master’s thesis titled “Lead Chalcogenide Quantum Dot Assembly and Attachment on Fluid Interfaces” We are very proud of you and Continue Reading
Join the Clancy Lab at JHU!
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. PhD Program (Deadline – Dec 1, 2021) MS Program (Deadline – May 1, 2022) The PhD deadline is coming up soon so Continue Reading
We are pleased to welcome Wenxin Qi and Yirun (Gigi) Wang to our lab this semester. Wenxin is a first-year master’s student and will be studying the assembly of lead chalcogenide quantum dot superlattices under Isaiah Chen’s tutelage. Gigi is a ChemBE sophomore, who will be supervised jointly by Connor Continue Reading
Andrew Ruttinger wins Cornell and Hopkins awards for thesis excellence
Andrew Ruttinger (PhD May 2021) won two awards recognizing the outstanding quality of his PhD research. In December 2020, Andrew received the Austin Hooey award from Cornell University, from whom he received his Ph.D. degree. This award is given to two students from the Robert Smith School of Chemical and Continue Reading
A very productive spring semester for group graduates!
We would like to say a huge congratulations to Andrew Ruttinger and Nikita Sengar for successfully completing their B-exam! Dr. Ruttinger defended his Ph.D. thesis in May 2021 titled ‘Development of Energy Systems towards a Low Carbon Future: From Atoms to Policies.’ He has returned to Canada to work for Natural Resources Canada, a governmental organization Continue Reading
Xinru Yun has passed her MS defense on the ‘Computational Study of LbL Assembly for Phase Change Materials’ with flying colors! Those in attendance were particularly impressed with the volume of work she was able to accomplish in her time with the group under Andrew Ruttinger’s tutelage. Her plan is to Continue Reading