Women in Nanotechnology (WIN)

Women in Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago


Lela Vukovic
Theoretical Physical Chemist


"I am a first year graduate student in theoretical physical chemistry. Until now, I have been involved in atomistic and coarse grained molecular dynamics studies. We have been studying two different types of problems: powering molecular motors and energetics of nanoparticle assembly. At this point in my graduate student career, I am learning about both the interesting nanoscale phenomena and the methods by which these phenomena can be studied. My particular interests are numerical analysis and development of analytical models for nanoscale systems."









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