Xinfeng Quan for completing his first race, the Pittsburgh Half-Marathon in 1:41, at 7:41 minutes per mile pace! That was good enough to finish in the top 5% of finishers.
Noel M. O’Boyle, Michael Banck, Craig A. James, Chris Morley, Tim Vandermeersch, Geoffrey R. Hutchison. “Open Babel: An open chemical toolbox.” J. Cheminf.
2011 3:33. Open Access.
ChemViews magazine, published by 16 European chemical societies featured a blurb on Reverse Engineering Organic Solar Cells, published recently by the Hutchison group.
Congratulations to Steve Owens, for winning one of the 2011 Safford Awards for Excellence as a Graduate Student Teacher! Steve is now the third member of the group who has won a Safford award.
Yesterday, Prof. Hutchison was a guest on
The American Entrepeneur radio show, hosted by Ron Morris. He was discussing the group’s recent research on finding optimal polymer photovoltaic materials. You can listen to the segment “Is a Solar-Powered Society Economically Feasible” online.
recent paper is currently featured on the cover of the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
J. Phys. Chem. C Cover Art
The Hutchison group gave demos of solar cells and piezoelectric electric generation during the
Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s “Polar Weekend,” focusing on the science of climate change. Continue reading
Tamika A. Madison, Geoffrey R. Hutchison. “The Effects of Charge Localization on the Orbital Energies of Bithiophene Clusters.”
J. Phys. Chem. C 2011 115(35) pp 17558–17563. Available Online.
Noel M. O’Boyle, Casey M. Campbell, Geoffrey R. Hutchison. “Computational Design and Selection of Optimal Organic Photovoltaic Materials.” J. Phys. Chem. C 2011 115 (32) pp 16200–16210. Available Online (ACS). Also available through U. C. Cork. (Open Access).
Dr. Tamika Madison, the group’s first Ph.D. recipient! Tamika defended her dissertation “Electron and Molecular Dynamics: Penning Ionization and Molecular Charge Transfer” on April 12, including work in the Hutchison group as well as work done with the late Prof. Peter Siska. The dissertation is available online.
Congrats to Tamika!