The paper is a collaborative work with Prof. Hu’s group. The paper is on Scalable and Highly Efficient Wood-Based Solar Steam Generation Device. This is Guang’s 17th paper from SMIEL.
News story on the APL article on the role of electrostatics in dictating receptor-ligand mediated membrane-nanoparticle interactions has been published on the UMD Mechanical Engineering website. Here is the link.
In this paper, we develop a theory to show how the membrane semi-permeability ensures that the membrane EDL capacitance may significantly affect the overall capacitance of the membrane-EDL system. This is Shayandev’s 17th paper and Harnoor’s 2nd paper from the group. Congrats to both of them !!!!
In this paper, we provide a design criterion for selecting the critical length of receptor-ligand complexes for nanoparticles for ascertaining the nanoparticle-membrane interactions in a given electrostatic environment. This is Shayandev’s 16th paper, Jing’s 5th paper, and Harnoor’s 1st paper from the group. Congrats to all three !!!!
SMIEL Ph.D. student Yanbin Wang has been selected for Clark School 2018 Future Faculty Fellow (FFF). This is for the third successive year that somebody from SMIELhas been selected for FFF. Guang was 2016 FFF, Shayandev was 2017 FFP and now Yanbin…congrats Yanbin….
In this collaboration paper with Prof. Liangbing Hu’s group, Dr. Das and his postdoc Dr. Guang Chen provide a theory to relate the porosity of different wood structures with the solar steam generation capability of wood.
In this paper, we provide a theory to describe for the first time the EDL electrostatics of the Lipid Bilayer encapsulated Nanoparticles. This is Haoyuan’s 4th paper from the group…Many congratulations, Haoyuan.
In this study, Prof. Das and his Postdoc Dr. Guang Chen collaborate with Prof. Liangbing Hu (Material Science and Engineering, UMD) and his team to provide a design of a highly scaleable wood-based structure for solar steam generation.
In this paper, we use MD simulations to study the imbibtion-spreading dyanmics of a water nanodrop on a holey graphene. This is Yanbin’s 3rd paper and Shayandev’s 15th paper from the group….heartiest congratulations to both !!!!
In this study, Prof. Das and his Postdoc Dr. Guang Chen collaborate with Prof. Liangbing Hu (Material Science and Engineering, UMD) and his team to establish the feasibility of using a bilayer wood for the solar steam generation.