Former Carnegie Summer Scholar Viktor Rozsa, currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago, has been awarded a DOE-NNSA graduate fellowship. During the summer of 2012, Viktor worked with Tim Strobel on hydrogen loading in β-hydroquinone at high pressure, studies that led to a publication in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters [V. Rozsa and T. Strobel, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 5, 1880-1884 (2014)]. Viktor’s current research focuses on understanding hydrogen bonding at extreme conditions, both at the level of fundamental physics and in application to planetary sciences. For more information on Victor’s award, follow this link.