Eilaf wins the title of 2014 MIT Polymer Day Best Poster and an iPad Air! A big thanks to the PPST@ MIT for the generosity!
The authors wish to dedicate this paper to the memory of Officer Sean Collier, for his caring service to the MIT community and for his sacrifice.EILAF AHMED, ET.AL. - epigraph in publication co-authored with MIT colleagues
MLK Visiting Scholar 2011-2013
Hosted by Professor Timothy Swager
Eilaf Ahmed is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Emory University.
Eilaf Ahmed received her Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Washington in June 2011. Her graduate work has focused on organic electronic materials directed at photovoltaics and thin film field- effect transistors. As an MLK Visiting Scholar in the Department of Chemistry, she worked with Professor Timothy Swager on DNA hybrid assemblies with carbon nanotubes. Dr. Ahmed is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Emory University.
1. Yan, A.; Ahmed, E.; Yan, Q.; and Lennarz, J. L. “New Finding on Interactions among the Yeast Oligosaccharyl Transferase Subunits Using a Chemical Cross-linker,” J. Bio. Chem. 2003, 278, 33078-33087.
1. Jenekhe, S. A.; Subramaniyan, S.; Ahmed, E.; Xin, H.; Kim, F. S. “Copolymer Semiconductors Comprising Thiazolothiazole or Benzobisthiazole, or Benzobisoxazole Electron Acceptor Subunits, and Electron Donor Subunits, and Their Uses in Transistors and Solar Cells,” PCT Int. Appl. 2011, WO 2011051292/ A1 20110505.
2. Jenekhe, S. A.; Earmme, T.; Ahmed, E. “Solution Processable Electron Transport Materials and Uses in Organic Optoelectronic Devices,” PCT Int. Appl. 2012, WO 2012024132/A2 20120223.