The Parsons’ group walked down to Sammy’s Tap & Grill to celebrate Michael’s last day today. Michael has been a postdoc in the group for the past two years, and he has made a huge contribution to our research progress. It’s been great having him around, and we will definitely miss him. Michael is going […]
Rachel Nye was awarded the Society of Vacuum Coaters (SVC) Foundation Helen & Rolf Illsley Scholarship! This society is a source for learning, applying, and advancing vacuum coating, surface engineering, and other related technologies. The goal of the SVC Foundation is to support charitable, educational, and scientific activities. This academic scholarship is aimed at supporting enterprising […]
Siyao’s paper on Intrinsically Microporous Nonwovens was selected by the Nonwoven Institute to receive the Technical Merit Award at their November IAB Meeting. The NWI strives to be the global leader for research, education, and service for nonwovens and affiliated industries. Siyao’s paper was voted upon by the IAB Members and selected as the best […]
Dr. Parsons was recently interviewed for a podcast with STG Podcasts. This podcast channel explores different fields in Science, Technology, Gaming, and Stuff. The writers of the podcasts often invite guest speakers to talk about their fields of expertise. Dr. Parsons is included in a series of podcasts on atomic layer deposition (ALD). He is featured in […]
Sarah Smith is a first year PhD student who has just joined the Parsons Group! Sarah is from Edwardsville, Illinois, and studied chemical engineering and materials engineering at the University of Kentucky before coming to NC State. Welcome to the Group!
Mariah’s paper titled “Ab initio Analysis of Nucleation Reactions during Tungsten Atomic Layer Deposition on Si(100) and W(110) Substrates ” was promoted as a the Editor’s Pick in the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films! Congratulations Mariah!
Dennis received Honorable Mention in the 2018 Envisioning Research contest for his microscopy piece, titled “Broad-leafed Toxic Chemical Adsorbents on Fibers”. The Envisioning Research contest is organized by the Graduate School at NC State to for students and faculty to highlight the beauty and importance of their work. The competition demonstrates how the work done […]
Nasie Constantino is a post-doctoral student working in the Dean Group in Plant Pathology and collaborates with the Parsons Group. She and her team of Marzana Mantasha Mahmud and Chunkyun Seok were selected as the winners of the 2018 BASF Science Competition! This competition includes all of the United States and Canada, and asks researchers […]
Mariah King successfully defended her Ph.D. this morning! She will start teaching computational chemistry at the North Carolina School of Science and Math this August. Congratulations Mariah!
Siyao was selected for the Best Presentation Award at the May IAB Meeting for the Nonwovens Institute (NWI)! This meeting focused on the NWI Vision “Institute will be the global leader for research, education, and service for nonwovens and affiliated industries”. Siyao’s work on Intrinsically Microporous Nonwovens was selected for the Best Presentation Award by the […]