Department of Chemistry

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

UT Dallas Chemistry Students win 2nd place and two honorable mentions at the 42nd annual American Chemical Society “Meeting-in-Miniature"

The School of Natural Science & Mathematics is proud to congratulate graduate students Nadia Khanam Hundt, second place winner, Marilou dela Cruz, honorable mention winner, and Chalita Ratanatawate, honorable mention winner, at the 42nd Annual American Chemical Society “Meeting-in-Miniature” of the ACS –DFW Section. The event was held on Saturday, May 2, at the University of North Texas.

Nadia Khanam Hundt, a graduate student in Dr. Stefan’s group presented her research on the synthesis of polythiophenes with alkenyl substituents.  Marilou de la Cruz, a graduate student in Dr. Ferraris’s group, presented her work on solid state carbon nanotube supercapacitors. Chalita Ratanatawate, a graduate student in Dr. Balkus’s group, presented her research on photocatalytic behavior of PbS quantum dot/TiO2 nanotube composites.

A total of 50 graduate and 9 undergraduate students from DFW universities, including University of North Texas, UT Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Texas A&M at Commerce, UT Arlington, and Texas Women University gave oral presentations on their research in chemistry and biochemistry.  UT Dallas was represented by 9 graduate and 2 undergraduate students from the Department of Chemistry.  A special appreciation should go to our undergraduate student representatives, Stephanie Ceniza and John Servello, who presented their research work.

Nadia Khanam Hundt, Graduate Student, Department of Chemistry, winner of second place of the 42nd annual American Chemical Society “Meeting-in-Miniature” (Graduate Section)

Marilou de la Cruz, Graduate Student, Department of Chemistry, winner of honorable mention of the 42nd  annual American Chemical Society “Meeting-in-Miniature” (Graduate Section)

Chalita Ratanatawate, Graduate Student, Department of Chemistry, winner of honorable mention of the 42nd  annual American Chemical Society “Meeting-in-Miniature” (Graduate Section)

  • Updated: May 12, 2009