Lugar: Museo de Vida Silvestre de San Juan (Ave. Kennedy)
Día: Sábado, 28 de mayo de 2016
Hora: 10:30 am
Chemical engineer and professor at UPRM, Dr. Ubaldo Córdova is working on a project that would help create nanobots to solve some health problems. The goal is to create autonomous nanomachines able to detect and eliminate medical problems. See more here.
Congratulations to undergraduate students Pablo G. Díaz, Gabriel I. Vega and Luis A. Nieves for being admitted to REU programs for 2016 summer. They will work in areas related to active particles, nano-scale physics and chemistry. Gabriel I. Vega- REU Louisiana State University (LSU) Pablo G. Díaz – REU at Carnegie Mellon University (advisor:…
Our Soft Matter paper is highlighted on the front cover of the issue!
Group member Ronal A. De La Cruz (Ph.D. student in ChEng) was accepted to a summer program at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). This Center is located in the beautiful town of Livermore, California and is planning to hold its Computational Chemistry & Materials Science (CCMS) Summer Institute from June 6 – August 12, 2016.…
The XXI Sigma Xi Poster day was held on April 19, 2016. In this activity, undergraduate students from different departments of the UPRM had the opportunity to expose their research works. Carlos E. Pérez-De Jesús, researcher in our group, had the opportunity to present his work on polymer dynamics in active Brownian particle suspensions.