Students Win Best Presentation Awards at NanoFlorida Conference

Best Presentation Awards

Calen Leverant and Russell Macoon won best presentation awards at the NanoFlorida Conference at Florida Institute of Technology on Oct. 5-7, 2018. Leverant won best presentation in Photonics, and Macoon won best presentation in Nanomedicine. Students and faculty in attendance shared nanotechnology research… Read More

Lele Awarded NSF Understanding the Rules of Life Grant

Tanmay Lele, Ph.D.

Tanmay Lele, Ph.D., has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) Early-concept Grant for Exploratory Research (EAGER). The $300K grant will be used to study Rules for cellular adaptation to the mechanical properties of their environment. Lele’s research is one of… Read More

Hibbitts Awarded NSF GOALI grant in partnership with UCSB and the Ford Motor Company

David Hibbitts, Ph.D.

David Hibbitts Ph.D., has been awarded a new grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The three-year, $450K grant will support collaborative work between Dr. Hibbitts (UF), Dr. Phil Christopher (University of California, Santa Barbara), and Dr. Andrew Getsoian at the Ford Motor Company through the NSF’s Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with… Read More

Chemical Engineering Welcomes New Faculty

5 New Faculty

The Department of Chemical Engineering proudly welcomes five new faculty members. Charles J. Hages, Assistant Professor Ph.D., 2015, Purdue University Hages’ research focuses on developing next-generation semiconductors for energy research. Using fundamental device physics and unique processing, Hages aims to… Read More