Prof. Das has been honored. He was been selected as the Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
In this paper we provide a theory to quantify the ionic current in nanochannels grafted with polyelectrolyte brushes modelled using augmented Strong Stretching Theory. This is Guang’s 25th paper, Harnoor’s 14th paper, Vishal’s 4th paper, and Ankit’s 1st paper from the group. Congrats all!!!
Paper has been accepted in extremely high impact factor (>7) journal Additive Manufacturing. We report the fabrication of the 3D-printed broadband inductor. This is Yuan’s 7th paper from the group. Congrats !!!!
In this paper, we study the role of gas flow rate on the quality of the traces printed with silver-nanoparticle ink using Aerosol Jet printing. This is Neil’s 1st paper, Yuan’s 6th paper, and Guang’s 24th paper from the group. Congrats All!!!!
Prof. Das has been awarded his first NSF (National Science Foundation) grant, titled “Surface Effects on Fluid Flows in 3D Printed Micro-channels: Computational Simulations with Empirical Validation” under the NSF-FDA Scholar in Residence Program.
Prof. Siddhartha Das has started his tenure as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland from August 23, 2019.
In this paper, we study the possible crack formation in Aerosol Jet 3D Printed traces. This is Neil’s 1st paper and Yuan’s 5th paper from the group. Many congrats!!!!
In this paper, we study the electrokinetic energy generation in nanochannels grafted with pH-responsive polyelectrolyte brushes modeled using our recently developed Strong Stretching Theory. This is the most advanced continuum modelling of electrokinetic transport in brush-grafted nanochannel till date. This is Harnoor’s 13th paper from the group and Vishal’s 3rd paper from the group. Congrats […]
In this paper, we use MD simulations to show that a liquid drop behaves a nanoparticle and exhibits elastocapillary adhesion behavior on a layer of solvophobic polymer brushes. This is Parth’s 9th paper, Yanbin’s 10th, Harnoor’s 12th paper, and Haoyuan’s 13th paper from the group. Congrats all !!!!
Prof. Siddhartha Das has been promoted to the position of Associate Professorship with tenure in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland (UMD). Prof. Das has received an early tenure.