Congratulations to Dennis Lee and Jovenal Jamir, who recently had their work featured on WRAL TechWire! This is a technology-specific new publication in the Triangle area. This site published an article titled “NCSU, Army researchers develop new fiber coating to ward off toxic chemicals” explaining the work Dennis and Joe have done on developing MOF-coated […]
Dennis Lee’s work on developing Metal Organic Framework (MOF)-coated fibers to degrade chemical warfare agents was featured in an article on the NCSU News Website! The article, written by D’Lyn Ford, is titled “Fabrics That Protect Against Chemical Warfare Agents”. It discusses some of the challenges associated with depositing MOFs on fibers, what Dennis has […]
The Parsons Group helped out with the Chemical Engineering Department’s Graduate Recruiting Weekend at City Club Raleigh. City Club is an annual tradition during recruiting weekend where students, faculty, and recruits all gather together for a formal social evening. This year, Parsons group alumni Zach Mundy also joined the fun as a representative for his […]
Wenyi Xie successfully defended her PhD on atomic layer etching of tungsten and vapor phase infiltration of DEZ into cellulose diacetate! She will be staying around the lab for a few months to help fill a lab manager position while she finishes working on a paper. Congratulations Wenyi, and best of luck in the future! […]
Dennis Lee successfully defended his PhD on the integration of MOFs and ALD for use in chemically active fibers! He will begin a postdoc in May at Johns Hopkins University. Congratulations Dennis, and best of luck in the future!
Dr. Parsons is featured in another podcast! He is in Episode 47, “Greg Parsons – Knife Fight”, of the Nanovation Podcast Series. This series, run by Dr. Michael Filler’s group at Georgia Tech, aims to discuss the big questions and challenges relating to nanotechnology. They interview experts from a variety of nanotechnology-related fields, including ALD. […]
Amanda Volk was featured in the Student User Spotlight at NCSU’s Analytical Instrumentation Facility (AIF). She is very familiar with several of the instruments there, including XPS, XRD, and SEM, as well as all of the staff. The AIF website features a nice article about Amanda and her work on oMLD of PEDOT. Read the […]
Antoine Gremaud has accepted an offer to join the Peace Corp to work in Tanzania! He will be serving as a secondary education science teacher starting this July. Congratulations Antoine! Your hard work and care for others is an inspiration to all of us.
Holger Saare was selected to participate in the NSF/DOE/AOFSR Quantum Science Summer School this summer at Penn State University! The QS3 Program is a highly competitive, annual program that aims to train graduate students in condensed matter, materials, and other quantum-related fields. It is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and […]
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 […]