People 4 | Beckstein Lab

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Ian Kenney

Ian Kenney

Ian Kenney is a PhD graduate student in Physics. He started his PhD in 2017 but was working in the lab as an undergraduate since 2015. His current primary interest is in quantitative simulations of transporter proteins. He is also working on methods and protocols to accurately calculate solvation energies of small and drug-like molecules.

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Ben Folsom

Ben Folsom

Ben earned undergraduate degrees at ASU in Film Production and Physics. Ben completed his masters project in the Nanoscience PSM program and graduated in 2014. His project dealt with the behavior of carbon nanotube forests, their interaction with nanoparticles, and their mechanical and electrical properties. He is starting a PhD in Physics at Lund University in the Department of Particle Physics and the new European Spallation Source.

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Lennard van der Feltz

Lennard van der Feltz

Lennard graduated with a Masters of Science in Physics in Fall 2014. His work is concerned with the electrostatics of ion channels and pores. He is primarily using Poisson-Boltzmann calculations to obtain experimentally measurable observables in a semi-quantitative manner.

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