Tanya Hutter Named Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry

February 22, 2022

Tanya Hutter, assistant professor in the Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas, has been selected as a 2022 Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Tanya Hutter

Hutter is being recognized for her work with molecular interactions at interfaces, nanomaterials and molecular spectroscopy. Some of the ongoing projects at the Hutter Research Group include optical nanoporous waveguides, fiber probes for in vivo applications, electrochemical sensors, photocatalysis, sensors for batteries and development of new gas sensor technologies.

“The Royal Society of Chemistry is the oldest chemical society in the world, and I feel honored to be elected as a Fellow. This recognition is very important to me, especially at this stage of my academic career. I look forward to being a part of the internationally renowned RSC community and exploring the benefits and resources RSC offers to its members,” said Hutter.

The Royal Society of Chemistry, founded in 1841, is the United Kingdom’s professional body for chemical scientists and the largest organization in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences. The Royal Society of Chemistry partners with industry and academia, promotes collaboration and innovation, advises governments on policy and promotes the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science. The FRSC designation is given to a group of elected Fellows who have made outstanding contributions to chemical science.