People

Clancy Group


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(Top Row, Left to Right) Varun Subramaniam, Jingyang Wang, Ryan Heden, Warren Crowell, Jonathan Saathoff, James Raiford, Mardochee Reveil

(Middle Row, Left to Right) Sai Vineeth Bobbili, Blaire Sorenson, Dr. Paulette Clancy, James Stevenson, Yaset “Ace” Acevedo

(Bottom Row, Left to Right) Jovana Andrejevic, Nikita Sengar, Emily Cheng, Tori Sorg, Henry Herbol, Hsien-Lien “Steve” Huang, Huang-Ta Chen

[Not shown: Taha Ezzyat, Shirong Wu]

Legacy Group Photos


Principal Investigator


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Dr. Paulette Clancy

Samuel W. and M. Diane Bodman Professor in Chemical Engineering
Ph.D. Chemistry, Oxford University, 1977
B.A. Chemistry, University of London, 1974

Address: 362 Olin Hall
Phone: 607-255-7713
Email: pqc1@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Computational studies of crystalline semiconducting materials synthesis, processing and design with a focus on ‘small molecule’ organic semiconductors and beyond-CMOS electronic materials (from graphene to InGaAs and low-k SiCOH).


Graduate Research Associates


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Yaset “Ace” Acevedo

M.Eng.Sc Sustainable Energy, University College Cork 2013
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Notre Dame 2012

Email: yasetacevedo@gmail.com
Research Interest: Optimization of covalent organic frameworks for the use in solar cells using coarse grained molecular dynamics and temperature accelerated dynamics

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Taha Ezzyat

B.S Mathematics, B.A Chemistry, University of Chicago 2014

Email: te79@cornell.edu
Research Interest: I study charge transport in hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites for application in optoelectronic devices.

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Ryan Heden

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2014

Email: rfh66@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Kinetic Monte Carlo modelling of covalent organic frameworks

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Henry Herbol

B.S. Nanoscale Science and Mathematics, SUNY Albany 2010

Email: hherbol@gmail.com
Research Interest: I am currently assessing the mechanism of PbSe nanocrystal growth now that it has been shown that water contaminants remain in the system due to the synthesis of Pb(Oleate)_2

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Mardochee Reveil

M.S. Chemical Engineering, Syracuse University
B.S. Chemistry, Universite d’Etat d’Haiti

Email: mr937@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Next Generation Semiconductor Design: we investigate the design and processing challenges associated with replacing Silicon based logic devices with ternary III-V semiconductor materials for greater computing power and performance.

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Jonathan Saathoff

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University, 2010

Email: jds429@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Dynamics and colloidal properties of funtionalized “bottom-up” graphene nanoribbons.
Structure and electronic property prediction of halogenated contorted hexabenzocoronenes (cHBC)

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Nikita Sengar

B.E. Chemical Engineering, BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus, India 2014

Email: ns728@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Carbon Nanotube size selectivity with the c-OBCB molecule.

Victoria “Tori” Sorg

B.S. Chemical Engineering (Honors College, summa cum laude), Oregon State University 2011

Email: vcs26@cornell.edu
Research Interest: I am interested on how processing affects structure and electronic properties of semiconductor systems. My current research includes experimental studies of the effect of laser spike annealing InGaAs and computational modeling of organic semiconductors systems, specifically contorted hexabenzocoronene and carbon nanotubes.

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James Stevenson

B.E. Chemical Engineering, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art 2011

Email: jminuse@gmail.com
Research Interest: A one-man representative of the diversity of the Clancy Group, James studies advanced photovoltaic materials and the possibility of life on Saturn’s moon Titan. These disparate topics are joined by the methods used to study them: molecular simulation of free-energy thermodynamics with quantum mechanics for verification.

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Jingyang Wang

B.A. Physics, Mathematics, Cornell University, 2013

Email: jw598@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Computational design of next-generation semiconductor materials (III-V); specifically, by studying electrical and thermodynamic properties of defects in InGaAs


Masters Research Associates


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Sai Vineeth Bobbili

Bachelor of Technology Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras 2014

Email: sb2326@cornell.edu
Research Interest: Roll-to-roll processing of organic semiconductors.

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Hsien-Lien Huang

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Blaire Sorenson

Undergraduate Researchers


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Aron Coraor

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Angela Harper

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