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Interfacial Dynamics in Radioactive Environments and Materials (IDREAM)

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Aurora Clark

Aurora Clark Featured in Latest Issue of Frontiers in Energy Research

(November  2017)

Congratulations to Dr. Aurora Clark on being profiled in the latest issue of Frontiers in Energy Research. Clark is the IDREAM Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC) Deputy Director and Washington State University professor. The article, titled "Art, Science and an Off-the-Grid Childhood," was written by IDREAM member Daniel Pope.

Jaehun Chun

Jaehun Chun to Receive Lee Memorial Award

(October  2017)

Congratulations to Dr. Jaehun Chun on being honored by the Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers, U.S. Chapter, for his exceptional leadership in chemical engineering.

Water droplet and front page of paper, which is copyrighted by APS

Greg Schenter and Chris Mundy Selected for Editors' Choice Session at Prestigious Physics Gathering

(October  2017)

Congratulations to Dr. Greg Schenter and Dr. Chris Mundy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, on having their team's work chosen by the editors of the Journal of Chemical Physics for a special session at the 2018 American Physical Society Meeting.

Aurora Clark

Aurora Clark Named ACS Fellow

(September  2017)

Congratulations to Dr. Aurora Clark, IDREAM Energy Frontier Research Center Deputy Director and a Washington State University professor, on being named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society.

Sue Clark

Sue Clark Re-Elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences Board of Directors

(September  2017)

Dr. Sue Clark was elected to a second term on the Washington State Academy of Sciences Board of Directors. As a board member, she works to provide objective scientific and technological information on important issues to inform public policy and increase the role and visibility of research in the Evergreen State.

IDREAM Research Center

Research Goals



Master molecular–to–mesoscale chemical and physical phenomena at interfaces in complex environments characterized by extremes in alkalinity and low-water activity, and driven far from equilibrium by ionizing radiation.

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