Welcome to the Sholl Research Group
In Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech
We are a computational group made up of knowledgable engineers on the cutting edge of material design.
Dr. David Sholl with newly minted 2014 PhDs: Dr. Kelly Nicholson, Dr. Ambarish Kulkarni, Dr. Daniel Wei (left to right).
We use atomistic simulations, both ab initio and classical, to provide a glimpse into atomic level interactions that dictate macroscopic behavior. We are a group of many members from all parts of the world, but we like to think that we integrate rather well.
The entire Sholl group in the Ford Environmental Science and Technology atrium.
Commentary in Nature Materials by Dr. Sholl (Mar 2017): Dr. Sholl recently presented a commentary article in Nature Materials, entitled as From water to organics in membrane separations ...[read more]
Publication in Sholl group (Mar 2017): Josh Howe and Anny (Yang) Liu have recently published a paper entitled as Acid Gas Adsorption on Metal-Organic Framework Nanosheets as a Model of an "All-Surface" Material ...[read more]
Chemical & Engineering News (Jan 2017): Chemical & Engineering News ran a feature story on Dr. Sholl's talk "The Secrets of Memorably Bad Presentations". ...[read more]
Welcome to Alex Hyla (Jan 2017): Dr. Alex Hyla joined the Sholl group as a new postdoctoral fellow. ...[read more]
Awards in Sholl group (Jan 2017): Anny Liu won the best presentation award at the 5th International Forum on Energy and Environment Science ...[read more]
Publications in Sholl group (Dec 2016): Rebecca Han and Josh Howe have recently published papers in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C ...[read more]
Rebecca won the 2016 Ziegler Award (Oct 2016): Rebecca Han, Ph.D. candidate in our group, is the winner of the 2016 Ziegler Award for Best Ph.D. Proposal for ...[read more]