NSF CAREER Award for Study on Controlling Molecular Packing of Large Planar and Curved Molecules

Steven E. Wheeler, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry who specializes in computational quantum chemistry, has received the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Award, also known as the CAREER award. The research will be funded at $413,000 over five years, and is titled, “Controlling Supramolecular Self-Assembly of Planar and Curved Polycyclic Aromatic Systems.”

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