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Tobias Hanrath receives a Faculty Early Career Development Award

Thursday, January 20, 2011

The career award is the most prestigious award given by the NSF to teacher-scholars early in their careers. It is designed to support rising stars who demonstrate exceptional creativity in research, as well as the ability to integrate their career research and education goals within the context of the mission of their University.

Tobias' NSF Career award will support fundamental studies aimed at developing processing-structure-property relationships for semiconductor nanostructures targeted for photovoltaic and optoelectronic devices. It will also support Tobias's efforts to  introduce a Product Design component to our capstone, undergraduate Chemical Process Design course.

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