Prof. Orlov has received the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) SEF Education Award.
We received a grant to develop an innovative technology to clean solar panels, highligted in the University press release.
Our work on combining arts and nanotechnology was highlighted by SBU newsroom.
Prof. Orlov has received American Chemical Society Award for Incorporating Sustainability into Chemistry Education. The University press release is here.
Congratulations to Qiyuan Wu for winning ACS graduate student award.
Our paper on newly discovered interfacial properties of concrete was highlighted by SBU newsroom.
Prof. Orlov was interviewed by a local newspaper about nanosafety.
Prof. Orlov was appointed to Editorial Board of Chemical Engineering Journal.
Our research on a new method of making nanocatalysts in Helium droplets was featured on front pages of the Brookhaven National Lab, DOE Office of Science and the Stony Brook University.
Prof. Orlov was selected by the US National Academy of Engineering to the EU (the European Council of Academies) - US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Frontiers of Engineering
Prof. Orlov was selected by the US National Academy of Sciences to Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering ad Medicine
Our group has received two NSF awards to study: (1) nanomaterials' release from polymer composites, and (2) novel concrete for air quality improvements.
Prof. Orlov has been named 2016-2017 Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer.
Prof. Orlov has delivered lecture in the UK Parliament focused on applications and safety of nanotechnology.
Prof. Orlov was selected by the National Academy of Engineering to Frontiers of Engineering Education.
Congratulations to Dr. Girish Ramakrshinan for successfully defending his dissertation and graduating from Stony Brook.
Our articles were highlighted as journal covers in March and April. The first article was accepted to the Energy & Fuels and highlighted as journal cover. The second paper was accepted to the Catalysis Science & Technology and also highlighted as journal cover.
Prof. Orlov was interviewed by Newsweek on self-cleaning infrastructure (2014). The article is here.
Our group has just received NSF grant (I-Corps) to explore commercialization of sustainable composites (2014).
Our article on release of nanomaterials from polymer composites has been highlighted by the EU Commission. The pdf file of the press release is here.
Prof. Orlov was selected by the National Academy of Sciences to Kavli Felowship (2014). University press release is here.
Prof. Orlov was given tenure and promoted to Associate Professor.
Prof. Orlov was awarded NSF CAREER award to study biomimetic ceramics. University press release is here.
Our group has received NSF grant to study safety of nanocomposites.
Prof. Orlov was selected by the National Academy of Engineering to participate in the Frontiers of Engineering Program (2013). The National Academy of Engineering Press release is here. University press release is here.
Prof. Orlov is elected Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry.
Our article on reactivity of sub-nm Au is in top 25 Articles in Applied Catalysis B: Environmental (Impact Factor: 6).
Our group has received a small grant from the US Department of Transportation on developing self-cleaning and air purifying transportation infrastructure components.
Together with John Parise (PI) and Artem Oganov we have received a new NSF grant on designing new materials for sustainable energy applications. University and BNL press releases are here.
Together with Lori Skarlatos (PI) we have received a new educational grant on sustainable materials.
Together with Dr. Yan Li (co-PI, BNL) our group has received a joint grant on calculations of small clusters properties.
Our groups has received 3-year NSF grant to develop ceramics which can convert CO2 into fuels.
Congratulations to Shen Zhao for winning American Chemical Society Environmental Division Graduate Student Award and Sigma Xi travel award.
Our group has received Stony Brook - BNL seed funding to perform DFT calculations for noble metal clusters.
Our group has received NSF grant to exploring unique properties of sub-nm metal nanoparticles for photocatalysis.
Our group has received financial support from BNL to study photocatalytic water splitting.
In 2010 our group has received 4 grants from the Department of Education, the NSF, the Brookhaven National Lab and the Strategic Partnership for Industrial Resurgence(SPIR).
Prof. Orlov has been reappointed by the UK Parliamentary Undersecretary (Lord Henley) to the ACHS Advisory Committee. Dr. Orlov has also joined the UK Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.
Prof. Orlov was selected to become a Lead Author for the UN report on Global Environmental Outlook (UNEP-GEO).