We are located at The George Washington University. With campuses in both Washington D.C. and Virginia's technology corridor, we are ideally positioned to link technology development with the policies and economics which shape its impact on society.
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We are looking for enthusiastic undergraduate, graduate, and postdoc researchers to join the group. Send us your CV or resume if you are interested.
The LeBlanc Lab in action:
LeBlanc Lab members presenting their research at the School of Engineering and Applied Science R&D Showcase:
Profs. LeBlanc, Shittu (Engineering Management & Systems Engineering), and Farhadi (Civil & Environmental Engineering) are doing an interdisciplinary solar farms project funded by Duke Energy Renewables. We visited one of the solar farms in North Carolina:
May 4, 2017
Dr. LeBlanc won the School of Engineering and Applied Science Junior Teacher Award thanks to all the students and colleagues who help her create great teaching and learning opportunities!
March 1, 2017
Congratulations to all the LeBlanc Lab students and Nanotechnology Fellows who presented research posters at the SEAS R&D Showcase and GW Research Days.
February 28, 2017
The 2017 cohort of the Nanotechnology Fellows Program has been selected; congratulations to the new fellows!
January 31, 2017
Congratulations to Dr. El-Desouky on his paper in J. of Manufacturing Processes!
January 10, 2017
Dr. LeBlanc participated in the National Science Foundation's "Ask a Nano Expert" event. Check out her description about how to "see" nanomaterials, and find out what her nano superpower would be.
September 6, 2016
Congratulations to Michael Orrill on his publication "Printed thermoelectric materials and devices" in J. of Applied Polymer Science!
September 1, 2016
Congratulations to Dr. El-Desouky on being invited to submit a featured letter in Materials Letters! The article " Rapid processing and assembly of semiconductor thermoelectric materials for energy conversion devices" is now in press.
August 15, 2016
Congratulations to Michael Carter for completing his master's thesis, "Processing Bi2Te3 via Nanosecond Pulsed Laser - Numerical and Experimental Studies."
July 15, 2016
Congratulations to the second cohort of Nanotechnology Fellows for completing the program and presenting excellent research project results!
March 31, 2016
Prof. LeBlanc and students in her "Nanotechnology in Energy Applications" class visited Duke Energy Renewable's Pasquotank solar farm and remote monitoring center in North Carolina. The students will develop case studies investigating the technical, economic, and environmental impacts of the solar farm.
March 17, 2016
Prof. LeBlanc is leading a project supported by The Duke Energy Renewables Innovation Fund. Read the GW Today article and watch the video to learn more about our "Living Lab to Study Solar Farms" project.
February 26, 2016
Congratulations to Michael Orrill for passing his Doctoral Qualifying Exam!
February 24, 2016
The LeBlanc Lab had a great showing at the R&D Showcase. Members Michael Orrill, Trevor Olson, Mattie Watson, and Lindsay Ryan presented posters describing their research. Congratulations to Lindsay Ryan for winning an honorable mention prize for Best Undergraduate Poster!