Congratulations to our PI, Professor Peter Green, who has become a member of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AACS). Professor Green has been elected for significant contributions toward understanding the structure and nanoscale properties of polymers and for the leadership in the field of materials.
Congratulations to Dr. Peter Chung, who recently successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "The Elastic Mechanical Properties of Supported Thin Polymer Films".
Congratulations to Dr. Bingyuan Huang, who recently successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "Electrical Transport in Thin Film Systems for Energy Harvesting".
Congratulations to Dr. Bradley Frieberg, who recently successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "Melt and Glassy Dynamics in Complex Polymer Systems: Miscible Blends and Star-shaped Polymer Films". Dr Frieberg will be working as a NRC Post-doc Reseach Fellow at NIST starting in summer 2014.
Congratulations to Dr. Hengxi Yang, who recently successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "Dynamic Processes in Complex Polymeric Systems". Dr Yang will be working for 3M starting in summer 2014.
Congratulations to Anton Li, who recently received a poster award at the University of Michigan's Engineering Graduate Symposium.
Congratulations to Bradley Frieberg, who recently received the Charles G. Overberger award for excellence in Ph.D. research at the 37th annual Macromolecular Science & Engineering Symposium.
Research in the Green Group's Laboratory for Complex Materials and Thin Films is devoted to developing a fundamental understanding of, and controlling, the structure and properties of "soft” material based systems for applications that include: energy conversion, active and passive coatings, membranes, sensors, and organic electronics.
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