Prof. Nick Mayhall awarded $575K NSF CAREER Award
(April 23, 2018) Prof. Nick Mayhall has been an awarded a five-year NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award through the Division of Chemistry. The Mayhall Group will focus on better understanding strongly-correlated molecules by building computer-based methods that can create new algorithms to be run on supercomputers. The $575K award will aim to exploit certain aspects of a molecule's structure or approximate the point of separation to enable more accurate approximations for simulations. The CAREER award is the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award and is given to creative junior faculty considered likely to become academic leaders of the future. Congratulations Nick!
Read more about the award, including the abstract, here.