Giammar named fellow of AEESP

Giammar named fellow of AEESP

Dan Giammar, the Walter E. Browne Professor of Environmental Engineering in the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University, has been elected a fellow of the Class of 2024 Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors.
Tiny displacements, giant changes in optical properties

Tiny displacements, giant changes in optical properties

In a study published recently in Advanced Materials, researchers from Washington University and the University of Southern California reveal a new pathway for designing optical materials using the degree of atomic disorder. The researchers anticipate developing crystals that enable advanced infrared imaging in low-light conditions or to enhance medical imaging devices.
Class Acts: Guinter Dame Vogg

Class Acts: Guinter Dame Vogg

As an undergraduate researcher at Washington University in St. Louis’ Atmospheric Composition Analysis Group, Guinter Dame Vogg analyzed air filters from around the globe for PM2.5, the microscopic particles that cause millions of premature deaths every year. What he saw changed his life.
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