Graduate Student Charles Vardeman II wins CRC Computational Science Award

Charles Vardeman II, a graduate student in the Gezelter group, won the Center for Research Computing award in Computational Science and Visualization for his work on glass formation in bimetallic nanoparticles. This award recognizes outstanding contributions in the areas of computational sciences and visualization including: applications of high performance computation and/or visualization technology; development of algorithms, codes, software environments or other tools for better using high performance computing and/or visualization. Vardeman joins previous winners of the award from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: Christopher Harrison (2006), Christopher Fennel (2005), Matthew Meineke (2003), and Jonas Oxgaard (2002).