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ICAM-I2CAM scientists work together to advance our understanding of frontier sciences and explore new possibilities in research. Below is a list of the many collaborations and exchanges that have taken place through ICAM-I2CAM sponsored support and exchange awards.


Matias Rafti

Synthesis and characterization of Crystalline Microporous Coordination Polymers with applications to liquid phase separations

Research Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physical Chemistry, La Plata, Argentina – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Weilu Zhang

Electronic Raman spectroscopy Study on Iron-based Superconductor LiFeAs

Chinese Academy of Sciences – Rutgers University

Natalie Jaschke

Dortmund University – University of California, Davis

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Maxim Dzero

Theoretical approach to topological Kondo insulators

Kent State University – Karlsruhe Institute

Khansaa Essa

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Surface energy of nanometals (such as copper, iron)

University of Jordan – University of California, Davis

Prashant Jain

Multiferroic Magnetoelectric Hybrid Inorganic‐Organic Frameworks

Los Alamos National Laboratory – Kyoto University

Hassan Masoud

Harnessing Self‐Oscillating Gels to Design Active Soft Matter Systems

New York University – Princeton University

Jennifer Misuraca

Innovative avenues towards developing new families of high temperature superconducting materials, and measurements of their electronic structure

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign – Stony Brook University/Brookhaven National Laboratory

Haridas Mundoor

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Exciton – Plasmon Interaction in Quantum dot – Metal Nano Structures

Indian Institute of Science – University of Colorado, Boulder

Paul Syers

Junior Scientist Exchange Award
Mapping out the Fermi Surface 

University of Maryland – University of Cambridge

Luke Somers

Chemical Identification and DNA Sequencing by Tunneling between Graphene Leads

Rutgers University – Northeastern University

Ilya Vekhter

Developing the theory for coherent photon emission in superconductor-semiconductor

University of Florida – University of London

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