Errington Winner of 2013 CoMSEF Impact Award

Professor Jeffrey Errington from the University of Buffalo is the winner of the 2013 CoMSEF Impact Award, which cites his “advancement of transition-matrix Monte Carlo methods, and their application to interfacial phenomena and to probing the link between thermodynamics and transport properties.” Professor Errington has been on the faculty at the University of Buffalo since 2001, after completing a postdoctoral appointment at Princeton and his PhD at Cornell.

Jeff will receive his award during the CoMSEF Plenary Session at the 2013 AIChE Annual Meeting, where he will also give a talk describing his research.

The CoMSEF Impact Award is given annually to a CoMSEF member who is within 15 years of completion of their highest degree. 

Prof. Errington (right, U. Buffalo) accepts the award from Prof. Sholl (CoMSEF Chair, Georgia Tech) at the 2013 AIChE Annual Meeting