Fernando A. Escobedo
Molecular simulation; polymer physics; Monte Carlo methods; statistical mechanics
Current Research Interest
Nanoparticle and colloidal self-assembly; phase transitions and nucleation kinetics in soft matter; mesophase formation in block copolymers and bolaamphiphiles; engineering mechanical properties of polymers
American Physics Society Fellow
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Impact Award in Computational Molecular Science & Engineering
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow
National Science Foundation Early Faculty CAREER Award
Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation New Faculty Award
Escobedo, Fernando A. “Engineering Entropy in Soft Matter: The Bad, the Ugly, and the Good.” Soft Matter 10 (2014): 8388-8400.
Agarwal, Umang, and Fernando A. Escobedo. “Mesophase Behavior of Polyhedral Particles.” Nature Materials 10 (2011): 230.