In a thought leadership piece published in Scientific American, NuMat co-founders Ben Hernandez and Professor’s Omar Farha and Chris Wilmer, discuss how MOFs...
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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.
Kutay’s research proposal on developing a computer-aided design tool for artificial molecular machines was funded by Molecular Science Software Institute (Mo...
Jenna’s paper on optimizing information content in MOF arrays for gas sensing takes the top prize in Pitt’s Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering.
Jenna’s presentation on her research for the computational design of an electronic nose wins at the Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Department Research ...
Kutay’s paper on thermal transport properties of interpenetrated Metal-Organic Frameworks was accepted as a cover article in Chemistry of Materials.
Kutay’s paper on interpenetrating Metal-Organic Frameworks takes the top prize in Pitt’s Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering.
Jenna and Kutay were among the nearly 50 students who turned out at the O’Hara Student Center to pitch their ideas.
Kutay’s paper on interpenetrating Metal-Organic Frameworks was featured on the cover of CrystEngComm. The paper also got picked up by Chemistry World.
Aeronics wins $10,000 at Princeton-based competition for entrepreneurship.