Congratulations to Laurel James, ChemE staff member with a background in Forest Resources, who has received the E3 (Education-Environment-Economy) Award for Diversity in Action. The state-wide award recognizes her role helping to explore and develop new modes for university-based research interactions with Northwest Tribes on renewable energy issues.
The undergraduate developers of PolyDrop, an innovative conductive polymer additive for paints, received $5,000 in seed funding from the Buerk Center at the May 23 Business Plan Competition. Congratulations to seniors Odin Jacobovitch, Scott Landro, Heather Milligan, Naomi Miyake, and Volha Hrechka!
The senior design team advised by Professor Danilo Pozzo, also won the grand prize at the 2013 UW Environmental Innovation Challenge earlier this spring. Their prize-winning prototype is an additive that transforms regular coatings into conductive coatings to enable the use of carbon fiber composites in the transportation industry. The team's solution prevents the accumulation of static charges that can interfere with sensitive electronics.
Surface Characterization of Biomaterials Workshop -- Register Here for the NESAC/BIO Workshop to be held at the UW on July 29-31, 2013.
The two Engineering researchers create a synthetic substance that fully resists the body’s natural attack response to foreign objects.
Danilo Pozzo Hits a Trifecta!
This spring, Pozzo receives the DOE’s 2013 Early Career Award, is chosen as a UW Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor, and earns kudos as the faculty advisor for ChemE senior development team, PolyDrop, the 2013 UW Environmental Innovation Challenge grand prize winners.
The University of Washington has announced this year’s Awards of Excellence recipients, recognizing achievements in teaching, mentoring, public service and staff support. Congratulations to Assistant Professor Jim Pfaendtner, recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award.
Chem E's 2013 Distinguished Young Scholars Seminars are held on Mondays in July and August at 4:00 p.m. in the Physics Astronomy Auditorium (A110), with coffee served in the lobby at 3:30 p.m. July 29th features a lecture by Andrew White, a Postdoctoral Scholar from the University of Chicago.