First US REACT cohort joins the GIANT International Internship Program (GIIP) in Grenoble

Fellows Stephanie Barrow, Tagbo Niepa, David Ring and Edward “Ted” Trigg, along with undergraduates Gabriel Angrand, Alena Klindziuk (Bryn Mawr College), Eric Schwartz, Brent Studenroth (Villanova) and Robert Tannebaum started their 10-week research experience in Grenoble, France on May 23, 2016. Video Highlights from Grenoble – 2016 Cohort.

2016 Projects

US Trainee Project/Title ACT French Supervisor
Gabriel Angrand Self-assembled and hierarchically structured layers of functional nanocrystals 3 Patrice Rannou
Stephanie Barrow Growth and structure of Polyelectrolyte
Multilayer Films based on chitosan
2 Thomas Boudou / Catherine Picart
Alena Klindziuk Investigation of Thin-film Magnetic Heterostructures with Polarized Neutron Reflectometry n/a Thomas Saerbeck / Giovanna Fragneto
Tagbo Niepa Selective permeation through functional membrane: Microbial Nanoculture System 2 Thomas Boudou / Marianne Weidenhaupt / Catherine Picart
David Ring Nanocomposite thin films for water purification 1 Philipp Gutfreund / Giovanna Fragneto
Eric Schwartz Macromolecular engineering, synthesis and
characterizations of single-ion bottle-brush polymer electrolytes
3 Lionel Picard / Patrice Rannou
Brent Studenroth Water adsorption and wetting on
nanostructured material surfaces
1 David Riasetto
Robert Tannebaum Growth and structure of Polyelectrolyte
Multilayer Films based on chitosan
2 Thomas Boudou / Catherine Picart
Edward “Ted” Trigg High proton conductivity in a self-assembling precise sulfonic acid polyethylene 3 Patrice Rannou / Manuel Marechal / Hakima Mendil-Jakani

Videos from Grenoble





Introduction to Neutron Reflectometry (slides from Dr. G. Fragneto, ILL)



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