Welcome new group member Julia Martin. Julia is a first-year graduate student coming to us from Assumption College who will be working on quantifying and manipulating the surface chemistry and physics of layered semiconductors.
Congratulations to Ken Zielinski on his successful thesis defense, “What is at the surface of methylammonium lead iodide?”. Best of luck in your ongoing scientific endeavors!
Congratulations to Sasha and Ken on the publication of their co-first-author paper, Elucidation of Chemical Species and Reactivity at Methylammonium Lead Iodide and Cesium Tin Bromide Perovskite Surfaces via Orthogonal Reaction Chemistry in the Journal of Physical Chemistry. You can read it here (access required).
Welcome new group members to Juan Cintron and Emma Travassos!
Juan is visiting WPI as a summer researcher through the department’s NSF-sponsored Research Experience for Undergrads (REU) site. Juan hails from the University of Puerto Rico. This summer Juan will be quantifying the ability of particular benzoic acid derivatives to cap metal organic frameworks.
Learn more about Juan here.
Emma is a rising senior at WPI and was the recipient of an A&S Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF). Emma hails from Plymouth, Massachusetts. She will be figuring out how to attach electron-transfer molecules to metal oxide surfaces and quantifying their bond strengths, coverages, and subsequent reactivity.
Learn more about Emma here.
Congratulations to our undergraduate researchers, who all received summer research fellowships for 2018. We are also grateful to each fellowship opportunity!
Curtis Doiron, “Advanced materials and processes for a resilient society” NSF REU
Emma Travassos, A&S Summer Research Fellow
Jocelyn Mendes, David LePre Summer Research Fellow
Welcome to the new Grimmgroup webpage! Take a look around. Please leave everything the way you found it.
Congratulations to Erin Morissette as well as to Curtis Doiron for a nomination for a best poster award at the 2017 Fall MRS conference in Boston. Erin has worked with the Titova group in Physics at WPI to quantify carrier dynamics including shift currents and THz generation by ultrafast light pulses in SnS2 that Curtis synthesized.