Welcome to the website for Team Mayes and Blue! We are a computational group in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). We focus on discovering fundamental structure-function relationships that govern how proteins and sugars interact in application from renewable materials to human health.
The team welcomes Sam Greeley and Chloe Luyet! Sam is a rising undergraduate senior in Chemical Engineering and Chloe will begin the Chemical Engineering PhD program in the fall, both studying here at Michigan.
Congratulations to Emma Purcell on passing her preliminary qualifying exam!
Congratulations to Tucker Burgin on passing his preliminary qualifying exam!
Prof. Mayes shared our latest work at the ACS national meeting in New Orleans and to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Loyola University.
Prof. Mayes presented the group’s research as part of the MICDE seminar series
Congratulations to Youngwoo Woo on admission to the ChemE PhD program!
Watch a video featuring our research initiatives, and the wonderful Ann Arbor Nichols Arboretum!
The team welcomes Youngwoo Woo, a material science master’s student!
The team welcomes Jason Fannin, a ChemE sophomore!
The team welcomes Carly Prast, a ChemE senior!
The team welcomes Rohith Pentaparthy, a rising undergraduate senior studying data science and biochemistry!
The team welcomes Justin Huber!
The team welcomes Sam Schwartz!
The team welcomes our first member, Stephen Vicchio!