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The Sibener Group celebrating Ross' graduation (from left to right): Sarah B, Caleb, Jacob, Julia, Becca, Sarah W, Rachael, Steve, Ross, Ali, Michelle, Tim, Darren, and Kevin. October 11th, 2019

Welcome to the laboratories of Professor Steven Sibener. Our interests include chemical physics, physical chemistry, nanoscience, surface science, and materials research. This group web page is a survey of who we are and what we are about. Our current affiliations include the Department of Chemistry, the James Franck Institute, the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, and the Institute for Molecular Engineering. An additional short summary can be found in the Department of Chemistry's online brochure. For a more in-depth discussion, please feel free to contact any of us or stop by if you are ever in the Chicago area.


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Sibener Group at the 2019 Gordon Research Conference on Dynamics at Surfaces

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Representatives from the Sibener Group attending the Gordon Research Conference (from left
to right): Steve, Sarah B., Rachael, Michelle, Dan Killelea (former group member: tenured
faculty at Loyola University), Julia, and Becca. July 30th, 2019


Sibener Festschrift
Steven J. Sibener honored in special Festschrift issue of the Journal of Physical Chemistry C, July 2nd, 2015

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Recent News:

December 5th
The Sibener Group welcomes postdoctoral scholar Dr. Elizabeth Jamka to the group!

December 1st
The Sibener Group welcomes first year graduate students Van Do and Yue Ma as its newest graduate student members!

November 9th
Congratulations to Julia Murphy for winning the Nellie Yeoh Whetten National Award for her doctorate research on the dynamics of polymers at the 2022 68th International Meeting of the American Vacuum Society (AVS). Well done!

August 15th
Congratulations to Julia Murphy for completing her doctoral thesis defense: "Polymers in Motion: Observations of Ordering, Fluctuations, and Coarsening in Block Copolymer Films with Atomic Force Microscopy"

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