Brian Schwartz

Brian Schwartz

When Brian Schwartz, SB’18, heard that the University of Chicago was going to begin offering a molecular engineering program to undergraduate students, he was intrigued. Could engineering be the cross-section of science and math that he was looking for?  “I was always...
Paulina Rincon Delgadillo

Paulina Rincon Delgadillo

In 2014, Paulina Rincon Delgadillo became the first PhD graduate of what is now the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago—an honor that capped off an already distinctive graduate education experience. After beginning at the...
Dimitris Priftis

Dimitris Priftis

Dimitris Priftis was planning to spend several years at the University of California, Berkeley when he joined Matthew Tirrell’s group as a postdoctoral researcher in 2010. But not long after he joined, while he was at a conference in Europe, he got an email from...
Sarah Perry

Sarah Perry

When Sarah Perry, a chemical engineer with a PhD in microfluidics, arrived at the University of Chicago in March 2012, the molecular engineering program was so new that the main building associated with it today—the William Eckhardt Research Center—was still being...
Joshua Moller

Joshua Moller

Joshua Moller, PhD’20, always liked to play with LEGO as a kid. While completing his PhD in molecular engineering at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago, Moller said he was able to apply that same sense of wonder and...
Hope Lee

Hope Lee

When Hope Lee, SB’20, came to the University of Chicago in October 2017, the undergraduate molecular engineering program was still relatively new. Working with Prof. David Awschalom and his lab group for almost three years, Lee conducted research on photon crystals,...
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