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Omid Ahmadi, Ph.D. candidate in physics, Liam Coffey, associate professor of physics, and John Zasadzinski, professor of physics, will publish an article in the top journal Physical Review Letters, "Eliashberg analysis of tunneling experiments: Support for the pairing glue hypothesis in...
The BCS Chemistry Division announced the winners of the 2010-11 Kilpatrick Scholarships in November 2010. The Kilpatrick Scholarships, an endowed scholarship program, were established by Martin Kilpatrick, former chemistry department chair and Mary Kilpatrick, former faculty member. Kilpatrick...
Left: Dr. Sun's address.                  Right: Before and during commencement.
Assistant Research Professor Sameer Varma co-authored the cover story "Ion selectivity from local configuration of ligands in solutions and ion channels" in Chemical Physics Letters.
Susan Solomon, Illinois Institute of Technology alumna (Chem '77) and internationally renowned atmospheric scientist, was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY, on October 11, 2009. 
Professor of Chemistry Ishaque Khan co-authored "Vanadium oxide based nanostructured materials for catalytic oxidative dehydrogenation of propane: Effect of heterometallic centers on the catalyst performance" in Catalysis Letters.
Ray Burnstein, research professor of physics and emeritus professor; Andy Howard, associate professor of biology and physics; and Chris White, associate professor of physics talked about their use of keypads/clickers for faculty voting at the Spring 2010 meeting of the American...
IIT graduate Stanislav Stoupin (PHYS '07) co-authored the article "High-reflectivity high-resolution X-ray crystal optics with diamonds." Stanislav is a postdoctoral appointee at Argonne National Laboratory.
Three physics alumni were among the winners of the 2010 IIT alumni awards: Sidney Coleman (PHYS '57), Paul Wattelet (PHYS '62), and Watts Humphrey (M.S. PHYS '50). The late Sidney Coleman (1937-2007) received a Lifetime Achievement Award. Dubbed "the physicists' physicist" by his colleagues,...
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Aditya Unni appeared on WBBM-TV Channel 2 discussing the chemicals that terrorist suspect Najibullah Zazi allegedly planned to use to make an explosive. Read the full article >

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