Welcome to the Wilmer Lab! We explore the properties of hypothetical materials using computer simulations. There are openings for students and full-time software developers. Please contact Prof. Wilmer for details.
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Aeronics awarded $125,000 in the US Army’s xTechSearch Competition.
Jenna and Chris competed against five other teams with their pitch for a portable electronic nose that can ‘sniff’ out diseases.
Aeronics becomes one of 25 finalists attending the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, DC.
The design of an artificial nose for disease detection and health monitoring earns Dr. Wilmer and PhD student Jenna Gustafson a spot in the top six teams for...
The SCGSR award offers Jenna the opportunity to carry out research at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).
Aeronics launches pre-sales for first product!
Jenna presents her work at the International Meeting on Chemical Sensors.