Three UT energy researchers were among eight UT Austin faculty members selected for National Science Foundation Early Career Development Awards, the most prestigious honor offered under the organization’s CAREER Program. The awards provide up to five years of funding to junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through the integration of outstanding research and excellent education. Faculty members honored include: Vaibhav Bahadur, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, for his project, Influence of electric fields on liquid-to-solid phase change associated with clathrate hydrate formation; Sean Roberts, assistant professor of chemistry, for his project, Tracking Charge and Energy Transfer at Buried Organic Interfaces; and Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz, assistant professor in the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering, for her project, Air-Quality Effects of Atmospheric Chlorine Chemistry. Read more.
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