ANAGNOSTOPOULOS RESEARCH GROUP
Travis was selected on a national level for the prestigious Department of Energy Summer Undergraduate Internship !
Travis will join a team at Oak Ridge National Lab who work on a plutonium supply program in support of NASA's mission.
Jordan received the 2020 Clay and Minerals Society Travel Award!
He will be presenting (virtually) his work on the oxidative dissolution of Technetium Oxides by manganese oxides through solid-solid redox interactions.
Congrats Jordan, very proud of you!
Dr. Anagnostopoulos and the group have been awarded the Safety Champion Award by UCF Leadership!
The Safety Champion Award is given to a faculty member who has exhibited high safety standards in a research setting, has taken an active role and promoted safety and lead by example among their peers.
Dr. Anagnostopoulos received the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Faculty Development Award ($610K, 3 years) in order to develop the Radiochemistry program at UCF.
Jordan received the 2019 ACS Undergraduate Research Award in Environmental Chemistry for his studies on environmental stability of technetium sulfides. This is one of the twenty awards given out by ACS annually. Congratulations Jordan!
Our group's research was featured at the American Chemical Society - Department of Energy 2021 Nuclear Summer School! Great experience talking about our Environmental Radiochemistry program!
Morgan graduated with MSc in 2020 after defending successfully her thesis on uranium siderophore environmental mobility and interactions with manganese oxides. She will be continuing her career at U.S Air Force. Congratulations Morgan!
Dr. Dan Kaplan (Department of Energy - Savannah River National Lab) visited UCF on 3/2/2020 invited by Dr. Anagnostopoulos. Dr. Kaplan met with our group and discussed with Dr. Anagnostopoulos common projects and future collaborations.
Dr. Anagnostopoulos organized and chaired the symposium "Advancements in Environmental Chemistry" at the 2019 SERMACS. Invited speakers included academic professors (UGA, Georgia Tech, USC), as well as scientists from DOE's National Labs (SRNL).
Welcomed our newest group member, Kathleen, with a nice dinner and a fun activity: escape room.
Summer is a period full of birthday celebrations. Happy birthday Jordan, Morgan and Dr. A!
After a tiring week, a bit of exercise helps clear out our mind. Who knew racquetball is such a dangerous sport...
Our Group's 2019 Thanksgiving Potluck at UCF Arboretum. Great food and company, surrounded by green and trees. Happy Thanskgiving!
Great time with the group at Orlando Topgolf! Grabbed a bite, shot some balls, laughed a lot. Team Morgan (Morgan, Jordan, Ilana) won! For now..
Fun night out with the group celebrating Dr. A's and Jordan's birthdays. Korean barbecue and cookies cake!
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