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Recent News

August 1, 2017—Welcome James Goff.

July 15, 2017—Welcome Alyssa Bienvenu.

April 1, 2017—Congratulations to Michael Ashton and Andrew Antony for passing their Ph.D. thesis defense.


Biographical Information

Dr. Sinnott received her B.S. degree with honors in Chemistry from the University of Texas in 1987 and her doctoral degree in Physical Chemistry from Iowa State Universtiy in 1993. From there, she joined the Naval Research Laboratory, Surface Chemical Branch, in Washington D.C. as a National Research Council Post Doctoral Associate until 1995. Afterwards, Dr. Sinnott became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering at the University of Kentucky through 2000. She then began her tenure at the University of Florida, where she was an Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering until her promotion in 2005 to the rank of Professor of Materials Science and Engineering. In 2007 she became an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and in 2012 she was named the Alumni Professor of Materials Science.

A biosketch of Dr. Sinnott is available, click here. 


Principal Research Areas
Computational discovery of two-dimensional and nano-structured materials
Computational investigation of gas adsorption and separation in different porous solid absorbents
Investigation the tribological properties of glass
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