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Graduate student wins presentation award

Congratulations to Anish Shenoy, graduate student in Dr. Charles Schroeder’s research group, for winning third place in the Langmuir Graduate Student Oral Presentation Awards Session at the 90th American Chemical Society’s Colloids and Surface Science Meeting.

Graduate student Anish Shenoy
Graduate student Anish Shenoy

The Langmuir awards are sponsored by the ACS journal Langmuir and the ACS Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry. The awards recognize excellence in research as manifested in oral presentations. The Colloids and Surface Science meeting took place June 5-8 at Harvard University.

Shenoy’s talk was entitled, “Stokes trap for multiplexed particle manipulation and assembly using fluidics.” He is pursuing his Ph.D. in Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois.