Stoll Lab researcher Ray Sajulga (’17) publishes first paper in J. Chromatography, A

Posted on July 21st, 2016 by

Gustavus student and Stoll Laboratory researcher Ray Sajulga (’16) and Dr. Dwight Stoll, along with collaborators Lena Jeong, Steve Forte, and Professor Sarah Rutan (Virginia Commonwealth University) have published the first in a series of papers describing the adaptation of an existing model of chromatography to simulate complex elution conditions used in modern separations. The full article can be found here. For Ray, this publication represents a significant milestone in his 2+ years of work on this project in the Stoll Laboratory. The application of the model described in this work will facilitate simulations to more efficiently optimize complex separations in liquid chromatography than can be achieved with experimental studies alone.

 

Ray takes over the Nobel Hall computing lab.

Ray takes over the Nobel Hall computing lab.

 


2 Comments

  1. Jeff Jeremiason says:

    Ray is rock star!

  2. […] Sajulga’s first paper has just been published in the Journal of Chromatography A with co-authors professor Dwight Stoll, and collaborators Lena Jeong, Steve Forte, and professor Sarah Rutan (Virginia Commonwealth University.) More information is available here. […]