Congratulations to Charlie for this recognition of your excellence in academics and research.
Jonathan Posner and Shelley Anna, Carnegie Mellon University, were elected by the conference attendees to organize the 2015 microfluidics GRC meeting. The invited speakers and GRC location are TBD.
Congrats to Philip Wheat and his family. Philip successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Collective behavior of swimming bimetallic motors in chemical concentration gradients.”
It is no surprise that the world of nanoscale science and engineering (NSE) is expanding at a very fast rate given the efforts being made to improve human health, clean up the environment, and provide security, among other initiatives. Challenges also arise in understanding and appreciating how the intended and unintended consequences of such NSE… Read more »
Jonathan D. Posner receives prestigious NSF CAREER award for study of the fluid dynamics of colloidal crystals. The CAREER award is the highest honor the NSF can bestow in support of the early career-development activities of teacher-scholars who “most effectively integrate research and education within the context of the mission of their organization.
Kamil Salloum was selected as 2006 Fulton Fellow. Fulton fellowships are designed to recruit and retain high quality doctoral students at ASU. Kamil will work under Jonathan Posner on topics related to membrane-less fuel cells and relating cell mechanical properties to disease.