2019 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For development of computer-based design principles for assembly engineering and manufacturing of advanced materials and nanotechnology.
2019 - Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics, American Physical Society
2017 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society For groundbreaking work on computational description of nanoparticle self-organization phenomena leading to new classes of advanced materials.
2014 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2013 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2006 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For her pioneering simulations of glassforming liquids, selfassembled nanomaterials and complex fluids, and for her leadership and service to the computational science community
2000 - Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award, American Physical Society
Sharon C. Glotzer mostly deals with Molecular dynamics, Chemical physics, Nanotechnology, Self-assembly and Nanoparticle. The concepts of her Molecular dynamics study are interwoven with issues in Glass transition, Dynamical heterogeneity, Relaxation, Statistical physics and Crossover. Sharon C. Glotzer interconnects Spinodal, Molecule, Self-assembled monolayer and Spinodal decomposition in the investigation of issues within Chemical physics.
Her research on Nanotechnology often connects related areas such as Anisotropy. Her Self-assembly study combines topics in areas such as Polyhedron, Diamond, Liquid crystal, Tetrahedron and Crystal. Her work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Particle, Monolayer and Thermoelectric effect, which intersect with Nanoparticle.
Sharon C. Glotzer mainly focuses on Chemical physics, Nanotechnology, Self-assembly, Statistical physics and Nanoparticle. Sharon C. Glotzer has researched Chemical physics in several fields, including Particle, Molecular dynamics, Phase and Colloid, Colloidal crystal. Her research investigates the link between Molecular dynamics and topics such as Glass transition that cross with problems in Condensed matter physics.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gyroid, Chemical engineering and Polymer. Her study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Copolymer, Nano- and Anisotropy. Her Self-assembly research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecule and Nanorod.
Sharon C. Glotzer spends much of her time researching Chemical physics, Colloidal crystal, Particle, Colloid and Nanotechnology. Sharon C. Glotzer focuses mostly in the field of Chemical physics, narrowing it down to matters related to Self-assembly and, in some cases, Nanoparticle. Her Colloidal crystal research integrates issues from Phase, Crystal structure, Optoelectronics, Dislocation and Crystal.
The concepts of her Phase study are interwoven with issues in Condensed matter physics and Quasicrystal. Her Particle research focuses on subjects like Polyhedron, which are linked to Lattice. Her research brings together the fields of Nano- and Nanotechnology.
Her primary areas of study are Chemical physics, Colloidal crystal, Nanotechnology, Phase and Particle. Her research in Chemical physics intersects with topics in Dodecahedron, Self-assembly, Colloid, Superlattice and Anisotropy. Her Colloidal crystal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Diamond, Nanoparticle, Cubic crystal system, Deformation and Isostructural.
Her Nanoparticle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanoscopic scale, Surface modification and Molecular dynamics. The Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Computation and Edge. She combines subjects such as Crystal, Symmetry and Condensed matter physics with her study of Phase.
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Anisotropy of building blocks and their assembly into complex structures
Sharon C. Glotzer;Michael J. Solomon.
Nature Materials (2007)
STRINGLIKE COOPERATIVE MOTION IN A SUPERCOOLED LIQUID
Claudio Donati;Jack F. Douglas;Walter Kob;Steven J. Plimpton.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
DYNAMICAL HETEROGENEITIES IN A SUPERCOOLED LENNARD-JONES LIQUID
Walter Kob;Claudio Donati;Steven J. Plimpton;Peter H. Poole.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
Predictive Self-Assembly of Polyhedra into Complex Structures
Pablo F. Damasceno;Michael Engel;Sharon C. Glotzer.
Self-Assembly of CdTe Nanocrystals into Free-Floating Sheets
Zhiyong Tang;Zhenli Zhang;Ying Wang;Sharon C. Glotzer.
Self-Assembly of Patchy Particles.
Zhenli Zhang;Sharon C. Glotzer.
Nano Letters (2004)
Spatial correlations of mobility and immobility in a glass-forming Lennard-Jones liquid
Claudio Donati;Sharon C. Glotzer;Peter H. Poole;Walter Kob.
Physical Review E (1999)
Molecular dynamics simulation of a polymer melt with a nanoscopic particle
Francis W. Starr;Thomas B. Schrøder;Sharon C. Glotzer.
Self-assembly of self-limiting monodisperse supraparticles from polydisperse nanoparticles
Yunsheng Xia;Trung Dac Nguyen;Ming Yang;Byeongdu Lee.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
Spatially heterogeneous dynamics investigated via a time-dependent four-point density correlation function
N Lacevic;N Lacevic;Francis W. Starr;T B. Schroder;S C. Glotzer.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
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