Dr. Li has received a two-year, $44,826 grant for a collaborative proposal to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation titled “Extreme Physics and Chemistry of Carbon: Forms, Transformations and Movements in Planetary Interiors.”
Dr. Li published the following paper: “Heterogeneous Ice Nucleation Controlled by the Coupling of Surface Crystallinity and Surface Hydrophilicity,” in the Journal of Physical Chemistry.
Prof. Leila Farhadi (CEE) gave an invited talk at the USDA Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory in Beltsville , MD on Thursday, October 15. Her topic was “Uncertainty Quatification in Land Surface Hydrological Modeling.”
Features & Announcements
Nearly eight years ago, George Washington University rising senior Thompson Hunt built a 3-foot tall replica of the famed Sears Tower—now Willis Tower—out of thousands of Legos.
The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Convention Committee invites GW students to participate in the ACI Fall convention