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An interdisciplinary project led by NanoEngineering professor and Center for Wearable Sensors member, Darren Lipomi, and Department of Psychology professor and director of the Center for Brain and Cognition, V.S.

Dr. Joseph Wang, Chair of the Department of NanoEngineering, received an Honorary Doctorate in Natural Sciences from the Charles University in Prague.  This honor awards Dr. Wang for his outstanding academic achievements and tireless support of the new generation of scientists.

A research team led by NanoEngineering professor, David Fenning, has studied a type of hybrid perovskite crystal to observe nanoscale changes in an effort to improve the quality of the solar cells.  The team, which includes researchers from the AMOLF Institute in Netherlands and Argonne National

NanoEngineering professor, Liangfang Zhang, has been named the winner of the 2017 Kabiller Young Investigator Award for his creation of a unique biology-mimicking nanotechnology.

NanoEngineering Professor Jesse Jokerst and his lab group have developed a new dental imaging method to examine patients for gum disease.

Congratulations to NanoEngineering Professor Shirley Meng, who was recognized by the International Union of Materials Research Societies and the Materials Research Society Singapore as winner of the IUMRS - MRS Singapore Young Researcher Merit Award 2016.

NanoEngineering professors, Liangfang Zhang and Joseph Wang's research groups have collaborated on a study to demonstrate for the first time using micromotors to treat a bacterial infection in the stomach. Researchers published their findings on Aug. 16 in Nature Communications.  

Congratulations to Professor Marc Meyers for receiving the 2017 APS George Duvall Award in Shock Compression Science! The award is a career award given at the organization's bi-annual meeting which included 600 registered participants.

Professor Darren Lipomi's lab group has developed a wireless gloves that translates American Sign Language into text. The glove which is called "The Language of Glove," was built using stretchable and printable electronics.

Dr. Shirley Meng's Lab Group has developed a new chemistry that enables batteries to run in much cooler conditions that today's batteries. Today's batteries stop working at -20 degrees Celsius while Dr. Meng's group's was able to get their batteries working at -60 degrees Celsius.

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Congratulations to Chemical Engineering Ph.D. student, Qiaowan Chang (Sustainable Materials and Energy Laboratory), who was recently awarded the 2020-2021 Marye Anne Fox Endowed Fellowship. This is awarded to students with highly distinguished academic records. 

 

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Congratulations to Adrian Garcia Badaracco (Kummel Lab), who recently received his M.S. in Chemical Engineering. His thesis defense on "Indocyanine Green Modified Silica Shells for Colon Tumor Marking" was presented on June 5, 2020.

Congratulations to Dr. Julian Ramirez (Lipomi Research Group), who recently received his Ph.D in Chemical Engineering. His defense on "Metallic Nanoislands on Two-Dimensional Supports as Mechanical Biosensors" was presented on June 1, 2020. Dr.

Congratulations to Dr. Qiangzhe Zhang (Zhang Research Group), who recently received his Ph.D in NanoEngineering. His defense on "Biomimetic Nanoparticles for Anti-Inflammatory Therapy" was presented on May 6, 2020. Dr.

Congratulations to NanoEngineering Ph.D.

Congratulations to Dr. Yanqi Luo (Fenning Research Group), who recently received her Ph.D in NanoEngineering. Her defense on "Revealing Composition-Performance Relationships in Halide Perovskite Solar Cells by Correlative Microscopy" was presented on March 30, 2020. Dr.

Congratulations to our alumnus, Amay Bandokar, who took a Faculty position at North Carolina State University.  Dr. Bandokar graduated with a Ph.D. in NanoEngineering. We are proud of his accomplishment and wish him well in his new position!

Congratulations to our students who were named recipients of the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program award. We are proud of each student and their huge accomplishment:

 

Congratulations to Dr. Chava Angell on receiving her Ph.D in NanoEngineering for her defense on “Co-Opting Rolling Circle Amplification to Create Lower Cost DNA Nanostructures”.