Gaurav Giri wins the CHESS Student Paper Prize for his work published in Nature Communications


Former chemical engineering PhD graduate student Gaurav (Gino) Giri received the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) Student Reseach Paper Prize. Gino's work was evaluated by a panel of four judges with diverse specialities from external institutions; among nominated works of "superb quality and breadth," his was chosen for this honor. The award, which consists of a $1000 prize, will be presented at the 2015 CHESS Users’ Meeting on June 9-10, 2015, at the Physical Sciences Building on the Cornell University campus. There, Gino will present a 20-minute overview on his paper, “One-dimensional self-confinement promotes polymorph selection in large-area organic semiconductor thin films.”

Congratulations, Gino!



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