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March 14th, 2005
The National Science Foundation recently awarded Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Annette Muetze and Materials Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Padma Gopalan its Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER).
Materials Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Padma Gopalan will apply her $445,000, five-year grant to research, education and outreach on nanostructured polymer composites with electroactive molecular subunits. Nanostructured materials are a unique class of materials with wide-ranging applications in drug-delivery systems, nanoelectronics, electro-optics, and photonic band-gap materials. Gopalan's work investigates the structure-property relationship in electro-optic materials, which can control the speed of light through electric-field-induced changes in their index of refraction.
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