Congratulations to the award-winners Lisa, Abby, Brandon, and Sandy! |
Abby Advincula took 1st in the Energy & Electronics division at the 7th Annual MSE poster competition whereas Lisa Savagian took home the top prize in the Polymers division and top overall poster presentation! Sandy Pittelli took home a runner-up prize at the 2019 Graduate Student Research Symposium and Brandon DiTullio received the William Emerson Safety Award at the same event. Congratulations to all our winners!
Reynolds Research group welcomes Prof. Bumjoon Kim from KAIST who is will be spending 2019 in the Reynolds group during his sabbatical |
Dr. reynolds, Anna, and Eric attended the 13th International Meeting of Electrochromism in Chiba, Japan |
Members of the Reynolds Group Visited North Carolina State University as Part of the SoRey Collaboration in Organic Photovoltaics on August 16, 2018 |
Congratulations Brian and Rylan! |
Brian Schmatz and Rylan Wolfe have successfully defended their PhDs. Brian has moved to NYC to join BASF and Rylan has moved to Indiana.
The Reynolds group welcomes Simone Tennyson back to Georgia Tech after an NSF REU experience at Boston University |
Congratulations to Many Reynolds Group Members!!! |
The Reynolds group has taken the graduate student awards world by storm! Lately many members of the group have won some very prestigious awards!
Brandon DiTullio - President's Fellowship 2017-2018
Augustus Lang - Jewell Family Fellowship Endowment 2018
Sandy Pittelli - William Emerson Outstanding Service Award 2017-2018, William Emerson Top Poster Presentation 2017-2018, Women in Chemistry Sepcic-Pfeil Graduate Fellowship
Brian Schmatz - 2nd Place Oral Presentation at the Graduate Research Symposium 2017-2018
Rylan Wolfe - Graduate Student Excellence Award for Leadership and Service
Well done all!!!
Linda Nhon Named as Finalist in Institute's 3M Thesis Competition! |
Congratulations to Linda Nhon, a fourth year graduate student in the Reynolds group, who was selected as a finalist in the Institute's 3 Minute Thesis Competition!
Reynolds Group Has Fun in the Sun at Stone Mountain Park |
Recently, the Reynolds Group journeyed to Stone Mountain Park to celebrate the beginning of a new school year. Great food and conversation were had by all!
Reynolds Group Makes Effort Towards Water Processable Organic Electronics |
Recently, two members of the Reynolds group have published their work on water-processable organic electronic materials. Brian Schmatz, a graduate student in the group, published his work in ACS Central Science on materials that have cleavable side chains, which allow for synthesis and purification in organic solvent and aqueous processing for device fabrication. Dr. James Ponder, a recent Ph.D. graduate from the group, published his work in Chemistry of Materials, where he outlines the synthesis of water soluble polymers that can be treated with a simple acid wash to render them solvent resistant and functional in a variety of electrolytes, including biological electrolytes and common sports drinks. Congratulations to Brian and James, excellent work!!
Brian's work was recently featured in a Georgia Tech Research Horizons article, which details the thought process of the project, as well as images of the materials and devices. The article can be found here and is well worth the read!