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Prior LAMP Fellows have used their knowledge to support their writing of the Educational Plan in their NSF CAREER Grants
Dr. Bree Doering was awarded the NSF CAREER award for her current research project titled “CAREER: Reconstructing Human-Animal Relationships in Interior Alaska during Social and Climatic Transitions (2023)."
Dr. Laura Rita de Sousa Oliveira submitted her proposal entitled CAREER: Uncovering High Thermoelectric Performance in 2D Metal–Organic Frameworks Through Ab Initio Atomistic Modeling (2022). Laura speaks to the impact that LAMP had on her ability to write her proposal in the below LAMP Coffee & Curriculum session!
Other LAMP graduates submitting NSF CAREER Grants:
Dr. Diksha Shukla's proposal was entitled CAREER: BrainCAPTCHA: Completely Automated Test for User Verification using Dynamic Brain (2022)
Dr. Nga Nguyen's proposal was entitled CAREER: CAREER: Grid-scale Energy Storage: Modeling, Analysis, and Control
Dr. Bree Doering's proposal was entitled CAREER: Reconstructing Human-Animal Relationships in Interior Alaska during Social and Climatic Transitions (2023)
LAMP also supports facutly who have not yet been LAMP Fellows!
Dr. Jifa Tian - CAREER: Probing Magnetoelectric Effects in Two-dimensional Materials and Their van der Waals
Heterostructures for Memory Devices (2022)
Dr. Eunsook Park - CAREER: Dynamic Organelle Communication in Plant Community (2022)
Prior LAMP Fellow, Dr. Caleb Hill, was awarded an NSF CAREER Grant to use notraditional methods to study atomic and molecular reactivity. His Educational Plan for outreach was supported by LAMP.