Prof. Konrad Tiefenbacher from the University of Basel and ETH Zürich is hosted by the group and gives a seminar on catalysis inside resorcinarene hexamers (images from twitter)
Jacobs Jordan successfully defends his dissertation: Noncovalent interaction behind the direct and inverse Hofmeister effects.
Thong Nguyen successfully defends his dissertation: Synthesis of novel water-soluble host-guest systems.
Matthew Hillyer successfully defends his dissertation: Ion-responsive supramolecular assemblies in aqueous solutions.
Graduate students Xiaoyang Cai, Jacobs Jordan and Wei Yao present their research at Tulane’s 12th Annual School of Science and Engineering Research Day. ~Outstanding Researcher Ceremony, Student Research Posters, & Reception~
Graduate students Matthew B. Hillyer, Jacobs H. Jordan, Matthew R. Sullivan, Anthony Wishard, and Wei Yao present their research at the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting in New Orleans, LA March 18-22. Jacobs’ oral READ MORE…
Christine Herman spotlights the reverse Hofmeister paper written by Jacobs, Corinne, Anthony, and Thu. doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b02872
Jacobs, Corinne, Anthony, and Thu examine ion-hydrocarbon and ion-ion interactions and the reverse Hofmeister effect. doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b00196
Sully and Wei publish a J. Chem. Phys. B paper on the commplexatino of anions to hydrophobic pockets in aqueous solution. doi: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.7b12259
Graduate students Matthew B. Hillyer, Jacobs H. Jordan, Anthony Wishard, and Wei Yao were all selected to present their posters in Sci-Mix at the upcoming ACS National Meeting in New Orleans. Congratulations!