Ryan Ley Only Undergraudate to Present at OSC Conference

Ryan receives his award
Last week, Ryan Ley (CPB) traveled to the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) in Columbus to give an oral and poster presentation about his research, "Investigating the phase behavior of Lidocaine in 1-n-butyl-3-methylimidazolium based ionic liquids."

"The Ohio Supercomputer Center supports a wide array of groundbreaking innovation and economic development activities in the fields of bioscience, advanced materials, data exploitation and other areas of state focus by providing a powerful high performance computing, research and educational cyberinfrastructure for a diverse statewide/regional constituency," according to OSC's website.

Ryan was the only undergraduate invited to present, and won second place amongst many graduate and PhD students for his oral presentation. Congratulations, Ryan!