Engineering of Functional and Structural Materials research
Going Big and Energetic at a Small Scale Earns Mukherjee DURIP
Research Assistant Professor Dibyendu Mukherjee has developed a new way of producing energetic nanomaterials and received a Defense University Research Instrumentation Program award.
Effects of Trace Water on Self-Assembly of Sulfonated Block Copolymers During Solution Processing
Self-assembling multiblock copolymers with a partially sulfonated midblock show promise as membranes in proton-exchange fuel cells, flow batteries and water […]
Laursen’s a Catalyst for Change
Associate Professor Siris Laursen’s research using computers to explore possible catalysts at the atomic level has lead to breakthroughs by taking new approaches to science.