Jared is a physics major at UNC-Chapel Hill, and will be working in the Parsons lab this summer. He will be working with Heather Barton and Michael Fusco to understand the electrochemical properties of metal organic frameworks (MOF) grown on ALD coated fabrics, as well as studying the kinetic degradative properties of MOFs on chemical […]
Siyao was awarded second prize in the “Art in Science” competition in the 10th Triangle Soft Matter Workshop! Her work is a modified SEM image of beaded PIM-1 fibers, which she named “Glowing Neurons”. Congratulations on your beautiful work Siyao!
Jenny’s paper titled “Modeling and Experimental Demonstration of High-Throughput Flow-Through Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition of Al2O3 Coatings on Textiles at Atmospheric Pressure” was promoted as a Featured Article in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films! Find the full article here. Congratulations Jenny!
The Parsons’ group celebrated one last lunch with Eric to congratulate him on successfully defending his thesis. Thank you for all the work you’ve done for the group Eric, and best of luck next year at ASM!
The Parsons’ group has another student finalist at the 2018 ALD International Conference this summer! Wenyi’s paper titled “Self-limiting Thermal Atomic Layer Etching of Tungsten Metal Using O2 Oxidation and WCl6 or WF6: Role of Halogen Species in Temperature Dependence of ALE Reaction Rate” has been selected as a finalist for the ALE 2018 Best Student Paper Award. […]
SK’s paper titled “Integrated Isothermal Atomic Layer Deposition and Thermal Atomic Layer Etching: “Atomic-Level Processing” for Area-Selective Patterning of TiO2” has been selected as a finalist for the ALD 2018 Best Student Paper Award. He will be giving an oral presentation on his work at the 2018 ALD International Conference this summer in Incheon, South […]
Dr. Parsons organized the 2018 ASD Workshop and SRC NMP Review at NC State University. The group members helped to set up for the workshop as well as give oral and poster presentations. What an exciting week! Check out the event website to learn more here.
The group walked to lunch together today off campus to celebrate Ian Woodward’s last week! He will be attending graduate school at the University of Delaware next year to pursue his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. Good luck Ian!