Prakash and Taylor win 2018 CoMSEF Graduate Student Awards

Arushi Prakash (PNNL/Washington, Advisors: Chris Mundy and Jim Pfaendtner, Poster Title: Biasing High-Dimensional Free-Energy Landscapes for the Detection of Stable Clusters in Self-Assembling Systems) and Michael Taylor (Pittsburgh, Advisor: Giannis Mpourmpakis, Poster Title: Computer-Aided Description of Materials Stability at the Nanoscale) won the 2018 CoMSEF Graduate Student Awards in Computational Molecular Science and Engineering at the AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh.

AIChE's Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum (CoMSEF) graduate student awards recognize excellence in research by graduate students. The intent of the awards is to reward significant contributions to research in computational molecular science and engineering by students. The award consists of a certificate and an honorarium.

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