Robert W. Vaughan Lectureship in Chemical Engineering
The yearly special lectures honoring Robert W. Vaughan recognize outstanding research and are held during the winter or spring quarters. Robert W. Vaughan was at the center of developments of high-resolution, solid-state NMR techniques at the time of his untimely death in 1979. The objective of the Vaughan Lectureship is to honor distinguished young scientists in any of the fields of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Physics or Applied Physics. This lecture is coordinated by Sohee Lee.
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