Aditya Kulkarni was selected to present a talk at an NSF Workshop on on Photocatalysis, Photoconversion and Photoelectrochemistry: Fundamentals, Techniques, and Applications for the 21st Century, held May 21-23 2016 in Santiago Chile. His talk covered the topic of interfacial photocatalysis and was presented to a group of Photochemists and Photophysicists from North and South America.
Drs. Rubtsov and Schmehl receive an NSF award for developing ways of modulating rates of electron transfer in molecules. The international team involves collaborators at Duke, Xavier and University of Cyprus. The project targets gaining a better control over electron transfer process ad may result in developing novel photo switches involving electron transfer.
Chemistry held its annual Graduating Seniors Send Off Luncheon on Friday the 13th at the Stern Patio. We congratulates the outstanding graduates that received awards.
"The Global Energy Challenge: Energy for 1(x6 Billion)" was the talk in McAlister Auditorium on Valentine's night. Daniel G. Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor from Harvard University is the 2016 Jonassen Lecturer. Professor Nocera gave a public lecture, Sunday, February 14 at 6:00PM, and a second lecture Monday, February 15, after a coffee reception in Richardson 117 titled, "The Artificial Leaf: Authentic Artificial Photosynthesis"
Xavier's President, Prof. Reynold Verret, visited his Chemistry Department colleagues and friends!
As of July 1, Alex Burin is now a full professor in the Department of Chemistry. Alex joined the Tulane faculty in 2003, and his theoretical work has had a major impact in chemistry, physics, and engineering. Congratulations, Professor Burin!
Bruce Gibb receives NSF award for research into "Nano-Containers for Novel Separations and Reactions".
Scott Grayson and Henry Ashbaugh (Chemical Engineering) lead PI receive National Science Foundation REU award, "REU Site: Summer Materials Research at Tulane (SMART)".
Scott Grayson receives National Science Foundation MSN award, "Novel Amphiphilic Polymers to Elucidate the Effect of Architecture on Micellization".
Igor Rubtsov and Alex Burin receive National Science Foundation award for "Studying energy transport in molecules, including the ballistic transport."
Scott Grayson lead PI on a Louisiana Board of Regents award, "Nano-materials Separation and Characterization Equipment".
Brent Koplitz awarded Louisiana Board of Regents grant to fund two, 4 year Graduate Student Fellowship in Chemistry.
Janarthanan Jayawickramarajah lead PI on a National Institute of Health (S10), award, "Acquisition of Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor: Enhancing Biomedical (Bio)-Molecular Recognition Projects".
Bruce Gibb lead PI on a National Science Foundation workshop award, "Accelerating our Understanding of Supramolecular Chemistry in Aqueous Solutions: A Workshop Proposal".
Bruce Gibb and Scott Grayson are the Department of Chemistry recipients of a multi-PI, NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) Track-2 award, "The Smart MATerial Design, Analysis, and Processing (SMATDAP) Consortium: Building next-generation polymers and the tools to accelerate cost-effective commercial production".
(Photo courtesy of Paula Burch-Celentano)
Henry Ashbaugh (Chemical Engineering) and Bruce Gibb receive NSF award, "Capacious Deep-Cavity Cavitand/Hydrophobic Guest Assemblies with Tunable Interior Volumes" .
At the Tulane University Commencement ceremony, Scott Grayson, associate professor of chemistry, received the Suzanne and Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellowship that honor faculty members who have a sustained record of effective, inspiring and distinguished teaching. Recipients receive a special medal, $5,000 a year for four years, and permanent designation as a Weiss Fellow. (Photo courtesy of Paula Burch)
April 10th, Professor Russell Schmehl was awarded the 8th Annual "Outstanding Researcher Award" by the School of Science Engineering with a ceremony and followed by a reception..
Congratulations to Clara Nyby who won the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to perform "Spectroscopic study of structure-dependent energy transport along polymer chains"
Professor Bruce C. Gibb is the new (co) Editor-in-Chief for Supramolecular Chemistry (Taylor and Francis).
Mardi Gras Symposium 2014 to be held at Tulane on Feb. 28th. Seven speakers: J. Fraser Stoddart (Northwestern University), Eric Anslyn (UT Austin), Normand Voyer (Laval University), Bradley Smith (University of Notre Dame), Philip Gale (University of Southampton, UK), Thorfinnur Gunnlaugsson (Trinity College Dublin), and Jonathan Sessler, (UT Austin) headline this one-day symposium.For more information see the symposium website here: Mardi Gras Symposium 2014
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