NE Research Assistant Professor Deborah Penchoff, who is also the associate director of the UT Innovative Computing Laboratory, will now serve an official role with the American Chemical Society (ACS) for the 2021-2023 period.
In January, Penchoff was elected as member-at-large of the executive committee of the nuclear division at ACS. As member-at-large, she is positioned to support the nuclear community and the larger body of ACS for radio- and nuclear-chemistry needs.
“It is an honor to have been nominated and elected to this position,” said Penchoff. “I am thankful for the welcoming environment of ACS-NUCL, and I am grateful for the career-changing collaborations this team fosters. I look forward to contributing to an environment that provides opportunities to students and early career scientists and engineers. I also look forward to continuing to create opportunities for multi-disciplinary research bringing in my expertise in high-performance computing and data science applications to nuclear applications.”