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Dmitry Kopelevich

Dmitry Kopelevich '02

 Advisor: Hsueh-Chia Chang
 Thesis Title: Development of stochastic models for molecular transport in nanoscale materials
 Undergraduate School: Kuban State University

Current Position

Assistant Professsor, Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida.


Working with Dr. H.-C. Chang at Notre Dame gave me a chance to explore a wide range of problems including nonlinear pattern formation in fluids, molecular modeling of diffusion in nanoporous materials, and sedimentation of suspension. The variety of projects has prepared me to conduct independent research in different areas. In addition, my teaching experience at Notre Dame was invaluable in preparing me for my faculty career. Overall, my graduate work at ND was a great experience and prepared me well for the postdoctoral position at Princeton and the independent faculty career at the University of Florida.

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