Fall 2015 Student Award Recipients
The Department of Polymer Engineering is pleased to announce the Fall 2015 Student Award Recipients.
Engineer’s inventive spark ignited at UA
Meet Isil Nugay. The passion for learning and innovating that defines her career today was nurtured during her Ph.D. work here. And she's grateful for her Akron Experience.
Rajgarhia awarded 2015 Eastman Chemical Student Award in Applied Polymer Science
Stuti Rajgarhia, a Ph.D. student in Department of Polymer Engineering, won the award administered by Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE) Division of American Chemical Society (ACS). It is given to graduate students, either currently in graduate school or not more than one year beyond graduation. Up to six finalists are invited to present their research papers at the ACS fall meeting based on the scientific merit of the submitted papers.
Air Force awards grant to polymer engineer
The United States Air Force, Office of Scientific Research has just awarded $819,543 to Dr. Xiong Gong for his research titled “Solution-Processed Infrared Polymer Photodetectors.”
Entrepreneur coaches give inventions market-ready push
UA research teams to benefit from program designed to accelerate commercialization of university research.
Siamak Shams Es-Haghi receives the Outstanding Student Research Award from Dr. Heather Burton
Awarded the Outstanding Student Research Award at The University of Akron Student Innovation Symposium (UASIS) held April 9, 2015. He is a doctoral student with Dr. Bob Weiss and Dr. Arkady Leonov.
Kevin Cavicchi receives Young Investigator Award
Kevin Cavicchi, associate professor of polymer engineering, has been awarded a Polymer Networks Group Young Investigator Award sponsored by Saudi Basic Industries Corporation.
Fall 2014 Student Award Recipients
Fall 2014 Student Award Recipients
Heinz part of multi-university grant from Navy
Dr. Hendrik Heinz, associate professor of polymer engineering, and partners from six other universities have been awarded a $7.5 million grant from the Department of Defense to study corrosion of materials.
MESNAC appoints new director at US research centre
Akron, Ohio – MESNAC announced the appointment of Dr K. Mohamed Hassan as the executive director of their new Research and Technical Center located in Akron, Ohio.
In the world of science, Xiong Gong has influence
The UA researcher joins the ranks of prestigious scientists on Thomson Reuters list -- his work is in the top 1 percent of most-cited studies in materials science.
National Polymer Innovation Center Flexes the Future
The Business Journal visited the center and profiled it in its “Trending: TechBelt” series.
Read the story here and step into the center in this video.
Congratulations Spring 2014 Graduates!
The College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering wishes to congratulate the spring 2014 graduating class.
FlexTech Workshop Reveals End User Needs for Flexible Electronics
The University of Akron and the National Polymer Innovation Center (NPIC) hosted FlexTech’s Workshop on End User Requirements for Flexible, Printed Electronics.
Dr. John Vlachopoulos to Give 2014 SABIC Lectures
Dr. John Vlachopoulos to Give 2014 SABIC Lectures May 15-16.
Upcoming FlexTech Workshop on May 13-14
Sponsored by the National Polymer Innovation Center and the Department of Polymer Engineering.
Pioneer in rubber recycling awarded top honor
The distinguished professor receives the highest honor from Society of Plastics Engineers.
Students Win Awards at ACS
Chang Liu and Kai Wang, both M.S. students of Dr. Xiong Gong’s research group, were each selected to receive a $500 PMSE Graduate Student Research Award during the Spring 2014 ACS Meeting held in Dallas.
Hadi Ramezani-Dakhel Wins Outstanding Student Research Award
Mr. Hadi Ramezani-Dakhel, a doctoral student studying with Dr. Hendrik Heinz, was selected to receive the Outstanding Student Research Award at The University of Akron Student Innovation Symposium (UASIS) held on April 10, 2014.
Hendrik Heinz Invited Lecturer
Dr. Hendrik Heinz was invited to guest lecture at the NSF-sponsored workshop, "Transformational Technologies in Molecular Simulations", to be held May 19-22, 2014, at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
NSF awards $400,000 for novel sensor technology
The technology holds promising advancements that span from photodetectors for medical devices to sensors used in automobiles.
Winged flight fascinates this UA student
Polymer engineering Ph.D. student Sergey Vorontsov balances classwork and research with time spent as a member of the Aero Design Team as he continues to pursue his love of aeronautics.
Fall 2013 Student Award Recipients
The Department of Polymer Engineering is pleased to announce the Fall 2013 Student Award Recipients.
Polymer engineering’s Mary Ann Meador named ACS Fellow
The American Chemistry Society Fellows Program acknowledges members for achievements and contributions in science and the profession.
University of Akron scientists welcome $1 million
W.M. Keck Foundation gives grant for researchers to study and develop glass materials...