Dwyer Named DOD Fellow

Five-year, $3 million support for nanomaterials research

Chris Dwyer, an associate professor in electrical and computer engineering, has been named one of ten new National Security Science and Engineering Fellows by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research & Engineering. Dwyer's research team is using DNA self-assembly to create nanostructures for molecular-scale computing. The fellowship will award up to $3 million in research support for up to five years.