Congratulations to Dr. Nadia M. Krook and Alexander Grun! Nadia Krook is the recipient of the 2020 Sidney J. Stein Prize. This prize is awarded annually to a graduate student for superior achievement in the field of new or unique materials or applications for materials in electronics. This prize serves to acknowledge achievement and to encourage continued […]
Congratulations to Dr. Boris Rasin for successfully defending his thesis, titled “Vertical Block Copolymer Cylinder-Nanorod Self-Assembly’.
Dr. Nadia M. Krook successfully defended her thesis, titled “Alignment and Morphological Effects of Nanoplates in Lamellar Diblock Copolymer Thin Films”.
Dr. Russell J. Composto has been named the Howell Family Faculty Fellow in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Congratulations to the Composto Lab MSE senior design team for their great final presentation and poster session on antimicrobial coatings. Right to left: Julia O’Mara, Carlos Jimenez Medina, Theodore Kurkoski
Congratulations to Dr. Emmabeth Parrish, who recently successfully defender her PhD thesis entitled “Nanoparticle Diffusion in Polymer Networks”.
Russ Composto was awarded a 1-month Invited Visiting Professorship to be used during the summer 2018 from the Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes (ComUE UGA). He will be hosted in the labs of French REACT researchers, Said Sadki and Patrice Rannou (REACT GIANT PI). This award will facilitate Prof. Composto’s collaborations with French partners, the organization […]
Active Coating Technology (ACT)-Enabled Relief Tents for Natural Disaster, Summer 2017 PIs: Daeyeon Lee, Co-PIs: Russ Composto, Kristin Field, Zahra Fakhraai, Orkan Telhan The team (Undergraduate Students): Griffin Murphy, Kathryn Khaw, Sisanmofe Dorsu, Mauricio Alvarez, Jane Shmushkis, David Gordon Graduate Student Mentors: Evan Dolling, Katie Rose, Shawn Maguire, Connor Woods, Aixi Zhang. Synopsys: This collaborative project brings students from Schools of Engineering, […]
The group is excited to welcome Yuanchi Ma into the lab! With an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Peking University, he joined the Lodge group for his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Minnesota. He will be working on biopolymers and biofilms. Congratulations on your recent defense, and we are excited to have you […]
The Composto Lab is excited to have two Rachleff Scholars joining our research team, Theodore Kurkoski and Carlos Medina Jimenez! While their official 10-week summer research experience will begin after classes end in May, both Teddy and Carlos have decided to join the lab in January to start their projects. […]