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Summer Research/Conference Presentations

Undergraduate students are main participants in all aspects of research, from performing experiments and analyzing data to presenting findings at professional conferences. Most students who participate in research present their research at local and national meetings, and they have co-authorship of published peer-reviewed articles.

Recent National Conference Presentations

  • ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 2012
  • ACS National Meeting, Denver, Colorado, August, 2011
  • ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August, 2010
  • ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August, 2009

Publications with undergraduate student coauthors

  1. Z.Michalak, D.Fartash, N.Haque, and S. Lee, "Tunable Crystallization via Osmosis-Driven Transport Across a Droplet Interface Bilayer", CrystEngComm., In Print, (Available online 11 Sept. 2012)
  2. P. Sanstead, N. Florio, K. Giusto, C. Morris, and S. Lee, "Sensitivity of Cationic Surfactant Templates to Specific Anions in Liquid Interface Crystallization", J. Colloid Interf Sci., 376, 152-159, 2012.
  3. Loreta Geneviciute, Nick Florio, and S. Lee, "Towards Polymorph Control in an Inorganic Crystal System By Templated Nucleation at a Microdroplet Liquid Interface: Potassium Hexacyanoferrate(II) Trihydrate", Crystal Growth & Design, 11 (10), 4440-4448, 2011.
  4. Visualizing Microdroplet Fluidic Reactions One Droplet at a Time, Sunghee Lee and Joseph Wiener, J. Chem. Edu., 88 (2), 151-157, 2011.
  5. Effect of Specific Anion on Templated Crystal Nucleation at the Liquid-Liquid Interface, Sunghee Lee, Paul Sanstead, Joseph Wiener, Remon Bebawee, and Aileen Hilario, Langmuir, 26 (12), 9556-9564, 2010.
  6. K. Allain, R. Bebawee, S. Lee, "Controlled Nucleation of K3Fe(CN)6 In Isolated Microdroplets at Liquid-Liquid Interface", Crystal Growth & Design, 9 (7), 3183, 2009.