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
Our group is excited to welcome our newest Ph.D. student, Connor Ganley. Connor came to JHU ChemBE from the department of chemical engineering at University of Maryland Baltimore County. Alongside his academics, Connor also competed with the Maryland State swim team, showing excellent time management and work ethic by balancing Continue Reading
There is an overwhelming selection of optimal species and processing conditions to fabricate hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite (HOIP) thin films via solution processing. This makes it attractive to use computational methods to narrow our search to those species that produce high quality films. Our new paper, led by Ford Fellow Blaire Sorenson, provides Continue Reading
Over the summer, we had the privilege of mentoring several students on our group’s research in the area computational materials. Nia and Caleb worked alongside Henry Herbol, a postdoc in our group, gaining experience in molecular modelling and programming. Meanwhile, AJ worked with Seun on gaining insight into metal halide Continue Reading
Nia Lowery, a local high school rising senior, received her certificate yesterday for completing an Army-sponsored program through Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI). Nia’s already strong programming skills helped her to make great strides on a challenging project to create a reaction mechanism database. Nia plans to apply to universities as a BME Continue Reading
Our group has plenty to be proud of after a number of milestones were reached this past month. Andrew Ruttinger kicked off the month by passing his admission to candidacy exam (A exam) at Cornell University. During his presentation he highlighted his previous work on uncovering the reaction mechanism of Continue Reading
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