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Accelerated Materials Development in Flow

Welcome to the Abolhasani Lab

Our multidisciplinary research group is primarily focused on studies of autonomous flow chemistry strategies to accelerate the development of solution-processed materials for energy and chemical technologies. We envision such autonomous materials development strategies can accelerate our efforts towards addressing the most pervasive challenge of the modern world: Meeting a rapidly growing global energy demand while preserving the environment. To meet these goals, we study the fundamentals of process intensification using microreaction engineering concepts and principles of “smart” manufacturing

12/18/22- Congratulations to Robbie and his co-authors with a paper, Accelerated Multi-Stage Synthesis of Indium Phosphide Quantum Dots in Modular Flow Reactors, accepted for publication in Advanced Materials Technologies.

12/12/22- Dr. Abolhasani's paper, The Rise of Self-Driving Labs in Chemical and Materials Sciences, is accepted for publication in Nature Synthesis.

12/08/22- Congratulations to Fernando with a paper, Research Acceleration in Self-Driving Labs: Technological Roadmap Towards Accelerated Materials and Molecular Discovery, accepted for publication in Advanced Intelligent Systems.

12/07/22- Two first-year Ph.D. students, Negin and Nikolai join our group! Welcome to the team!

11/22/22- Congratulations to Fazel for receiving the Goodnight Doctoral Fellowship!

11/18/22- Our group had a successful AIChE Meeting in Phoenix. We delivered 8 talks (2 plenaries and keynotes), chaired 3 sessions, received an award, and stopped by 15 receptions!

11/27/22 - 12/02/22 - We will be attending the 2022 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, MA.

11/13/22 - 11/18/22 - We will be attending the 2022 AIChE Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ.

03/17/22 - 03/18/22 - We will be attending the Flow Chemistry Summit 2022 in Boston, MA.

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