11/16/2018: Goldsmith is organizing a symposium at 257th ACS National Meeting & Exposition in Orlando, Florida titled
"Data Science for Catalysis Research" with Prof. H. Kulik (MIT) and Prof. H. Xin (V. Tech).
10/19/2018: Welcome Samuel Young, Isaiah Barth, and Eunbyeol Ko to the Goldsmith Lab! The lab team is excited to have you all on-board!
7/23/2018: Goldsmith Lab was awarded 2 million CPU hours from the National Energy
Research Scientific Computing Center, a DOE Office of Science User Facility. This will
be very useful for our efforts to study supported nanoclusters via genetic algorithm
searches and grand canonical monte carlo.
7/2/2018: Goldsmith had a great time attending the Gordon Research
Conference on Catalysis, which focused on accelerating catalytic
solutions to global grand challenges.
5/15/2018: Congrats to Jacques Esterhuizen (Linic/Goldsmith Lab) on passing
the ChE Doctoral Candidacy Exam with distinction, which is an honor reserved for
the best student (academics & research) in their first-year class.
4/14/2018: Congrats to Jacques Esterhuizen for being awarded a Rackham
Predoctoral Research Grant to help carry out his proposed research.
3/21/2018: Goldsmith gave an invited talk in the Machine Learning for
Catalysis Research Symposium at the ACS 255th National Meeting. The talk titled
"Finding patterns, correlations, and descriptors in materials science data using
subgroup discovery and compressed sensing" can be found here.
1/27/2018: Goldsmith will give a seminar at the Department of Chemical and
Environmental Engineering at UC Riverside on Feb. 9th.
He will also present an educational outreach talk to the local AIChE and EWB
1/25/2018: Goldsmith will be a Session Co-Chair for “New Developments in
Computational Catalysis I” at the
2018 AIChE Annual Meeting.
Goldsmith also will be a Symposium Organizer for “Understanding Catalytic Sites
on Amorphous and Disordered Materials” at the
ACS 256th Fall
11/2/2017: The sophomore ChE students in my class presented posters on
chemical processes to middle schoolers from Detroit. Check out the poster
gallery to learn about chemical engineering in everyday life!
7/1/2017: What's your favorite molecule? One of Dr. Goldsmith's favorites
is ammonia. See why, as well as
many Nobel Laureate's favorite molecules too.
6/15/2017: Goldsmith and colleagues had their research
highlighted by the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
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