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Jianping highlighted by GLBRC

GRBRC has published a nice interview Jianping Li, who recently joined the group as a Keegstra Fellow. The interview also features some of Jianping’s beautiful paintings!

New paper in Science Advances!

A new paper from the group on a solvent-mediated approach to recycle multilayer waste plastics was recently published in Science Advances! We developed a computational screening methodology to identify suitable solvent systems for the selective …

New paper from Alex and the Zavala group!

Alex’s latest paper, entitled “Fast predictions of liquid-phase acid-catalyzed reaction rates using molecular dynamics and convolutional neural networks” has been accepted for publication in Chemical Science! This manuscript was  collaboration with Bruce Jiang and Weiqi …

New paper from Atharva and Brad!

A new paper authored by Atharva and Brad, entitled “Predicting Hydrophobicity by Learning Spatiotemporal Features of Interfacial Water Structure: Combining Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Convolutional Neural Networks,” has been published by The Journal of Physical …

Amy wins poster prize

Congratulations to Amy for winning a poster prize at the UW-Madison Computing in Engineering forum! You can hear Amy describe her work in the YouTube video linked below.

Welcome to Jianping!

We’re very excited to welcome Jianping Li as a GLBRC Keegstra Postdoctoral Fellow! Jianping joins us after completing his Ph.D at Texas A&M and will be co-advised with Professor Christos Maravelias at Princeton University. Welcome …

Good luck to Herry!

We wish the best of luck to Herry Jin who will be starting his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at MIT this fall. Keep an eye for a paper from him soon! Good luck in Cambridge, …

New paper by Jonathan

Jonathan’s paper entitled “Bilayer-mediated assembly of cationic nanoparticles adsorbed to lipid bilayers: Insights from molecular simulations” has been published in the AIChE Journal! This article will be included as part of the 2020 Futures collection. …

New funding from DOE!

We’re very happy to announce that the Center on the Chemical Upcycling of Waste Plastics – led by Professor George Huber at UW-Madison – will be funded by the Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies office. …