Andrew White

University of Rochester

Expert-led Round Table Discussions

[Thursday, June 27]
2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Theme: Location: Sibley Square, 2nd Floor

Personal Information

Assistant Professor

Dr. White graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 2008 with a BS in chemical engineering. While at Rose, he spent a year studying at the Otto-von Guericke Universität in Magdeburg, Germany. While there, he worked for six months in a microbiology lab at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems with Professor Hartmut Grammel in Germany. Dr. White completed a PhD in chemical engineering at the University of Washington in 2013. The thesis topic was the creation of non-fouling surfaces with computational modeling. Next, Dr. White worked with Professor Greg Voth at University of Chicago as a Post-doctoral fellow in the Institute for Biophysical Dynamics from 2013-2014. In Chicago, he developed new methods for mixing simulations and experiments. Dr. White is currently and has been an assistant professor at University of Rochester since 2015. Dr. White enjoys jogging, snowboarding and sometimes graphical design. His artwork appeared in at the Visualization Center Museum in Sweden in 2013.