#Denotes Graduate /Undergraduate students and summer interns working/worked with Prof. Das in University of Maryland and University of Alberta
*Denotes the corresponding authorship
99. T. Li, H. Liu, X. Zhao, G. Chen#, J. Dai, G. Pastel, C. Jia, C. Chen, S. Das, R. Yang, and L. Hu, “Scalable and Highly Efficient Mesoporous Wood-Based Solar Steam Generation Device: Localized Heat, Rapid Water Transport”. Advanced Functional Materials (Accepted for Publication).
97. S. Sinha#, H. Jing#, H. S. Sachar#, S. Das*, “Role of plasma membrane surface charges in dictating the feasibility of membrane-nanoparticle interactions.” Applied Physics Letters, 111, 263702 (2017).
96. H. Jing# and S. Das*, “Electric Double Layer electrostatics of lipid-bilayer-encapsulated nanoparticles: Towards a better understanding of protocell electrostatics.” Electrophoresis (DOI: ) (2017).
95. H. Liu, C. Chen, G. Chen#, Y. Kuang, X. Zhao, J. Song, C. Jia, X. Xu, E. Hitz, H. Xie, S. Wang, F. Jiang, T. Li, Y. Li, A. Gong, R. Yang, S. Das, and L. Hu, “High-Performance Solar Steam Device with Layered Channels: Artificial Tree with a Reversed Design.” Advanced Energy Materials (DOI: ) (2017).
94. C. Jia, Y. Li, Z. Yang, G Chen#, Y. Yao, F. Jiang, Y. Kuang, G. Pastel, H. Xie, B. Yang, S. Das, and L. Hu, “Rich Mesostructures Derived from Natural Woods toward Energy-water Nexus.” Joule, 1, 588-5999 (2017).
93. Y. Wang#, S. Sinha#, L. Hu, and S. Das*, “Interaction between Water Drop and Holey Graphene: Retarded Imbibition and Generation of Novel Water-Graphene Wetting States.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19, 27421-27434 (2017).
92. M. Zhu$, Y. Li$, G. Chen#$, Z. Yang, X. Luo, Y. Wang#, J. Dai, S. D. Lacey, C. Wang, C. Jia, J. Wan, Y. Yao, B. Yang, Z. Yu, S. Das*, L. Hu*, “Tree-Inspired Design for High-Efficiency Water Extraction.” Advanced Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adma.201704107 (2017). ($: Co-first authors). (media coverage: cemag.us,laboratoryequipment.com, ScienceDaily)
91. Y. Gu#, D. R. Hines*, V. Yun, M. Antoniak, and S. Das*, “Aerosol-Jet Printed Fillets for Well-Formed Electrical Connections Between Different Leveled Surfaces.” Advanced Materials Technologies, 2, 1700178 (2017).
88. Y. Gu#, D. Gutierrez, S. Das*, and D. Hines*, “Inkwells for On-Demand Deposition Rate Measurement in Aerosol-Jet Based 3D Printing.” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 27, 097001 (2017).
86. Y. Wang#, J. E. Andrews#, L. Hu, and S. Das*, “Drop Spreading on a Superhydrophobic Surface: Pinned Contact Line and Bending Liquid Surface.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19, 14442-14452 (2017).
85. J. E. Andrews#, Y. Wang#, S. Sinha#, P. W. Chung, and S. Das*, “Roughness-Induced Chemical Heterogeneity Leads to Large Hydrophobicity in Wetting-Translucent Nanostructures.” The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 10010-10017 (2017).
84. F. Chen, A. Gong, M. Zhu, G. Chen#, S. Lacey, F. Feng, Y. Li, Y. Wang, J. Dai, Y. Yao, J. Song, B. Liu, K. Fu, S. Das, and L. Hu, “Mesoporous, Three-Dimensional Wood Membrane Decorated with Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient Water Treatment.”, ACS Nano, 11, 4275-4282 (2017). (media coverage: IndiaToday, Business Standard, India; phys.org; woodworkingnetwork.com; Business Recorder; Science Daily; News Wise; enme.umd.edu; eng.umd.edu) Youtube Video.
81. H. Jing#, S. Sinha#, and S. Das*, “Elasto-electro-capillarity: Drop equilibrium on a charged, elastic solid.” Soft Matter, 13, 554-566 (2017). (selected as the back cover article) (media coverage: enme.umd.edu; eng.umd.edu)
79. Y. Wang, G. Sun, J. Dai, G. Chen#, J. Morgenstern, Y. Wang#, S. Kang, M. Zhu, S. Das, L. Cui, and L. Hu, “High-Performance, Low Tortuosity Wood Carbon Monolith Reactor.” Advanced Materials, 29, 1604257 (2017).
78. S. Sinha#, V. Padia#, K. I. Bae#, G. Chen#, and S. Das*, “Effect of electric double layer on electro-spreading dynamics of electrolyte drops” Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 514, 209-217 (2017).
77. M. Razi, S. Sinha#, P. R. Waghmare, S. Das*, and T. Thundat, “Effect of Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) produced water properties on oil/water transient interfacial tension.” Energy and Fuels, 30, 10714-10720 (2016).
76. H. Li#, G. Chen#, and S. Das*, “Electric double layer electrostatics of pH-responsive spherical polyelectrolyte brushes in the decoupled regime.” Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 147, 180-190 (2016).
74. G. Chen# and S. Das*, “Anomalous shrinking-swelling of nano-confined end charged polyelectrolyte brushes: Interplay of confinement and electrostatic effects.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 120, 6848-6857 (2016).
73. J. Andrews#, S. Sinha#, P. W. Chung, and S. Das*, “Wetting dynamics of a water nanodrop on graphene.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18, 23482-23493 (2016). (Selected as the Inside Front Cover Article) (media coverage: enme.umd.edu)
71. S. Karpitschka, A. Pandey, L.A. Lubbers, J.H. Weijs, L. Botto, S. Das, B. Andreotti, and J.H. Snoeijer, “Inverted Cheerios effect: Liquid drops attract or repel by elasto-capillarity.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 113, 7403-7477 (2016) (media coverage: New York Times, Clarke School, phys.org, sciencedaily.com, utwente.nl, eurekalert.com, enme.umd.edu) youtube_movie
70. Z. Liu, Y. Wang, K. Fu, Z. Wang, Y. Yao, J. Wan, J. Dai, S. Das*, and L. Hu, “Solvo-thermal microwave-powered two-dimensional materials exfoliation.” Chemical Communications, 52, 5757-5760 (2016).
68. Z. Liu, L. Zhang, R. Wang, S. Poyraz, J. Cook, M. Bozack, S. Das, X. Zhang, and L. Hu, “Ultrafast microwave nano-manufacturing of fullerene-like metal chalcogenides.” Scientific Reports, 6, 22503(1-8) (2016). (media coverage: enme.umd.edu)
67. S. Sinha#, K. I. Bae#, and S. Das*, “Electric Double Layer effects in water separation from water-in-oil emulsions.” Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 489, 216-222 (2016).
66. J. Patwary#, G. Chen#, and S. Das*, “Efficient electrochemomechanical energy conversion in nanochannels grafted with polyelectrolyte layers with pH-dependent charge density.” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 20, 37 (2016).
60. M. Hassanpourfarda, Z. Nikakhtari, R. Ghosh, S. Das, T. Thundat, Y. Liu, and A. Kumar, “Bacterial floc mediated rapid streamer formation in creeping flows.” Scientific Reports 5, 13070(1-12) (2015). (media coverage: ualberta.ca)
59. S. Karpitschka, S. Das, M. van Gorcum, H. Perrin, B. Andreotti and J.H. Snoeijer, “Droplets move over viscoelastic substrates by surfing a ridge.” Nature Communications 4, 7891(1-6) (2015). (media coverage: nanowerk.com; phys.org; enme.umd.edu; utwente.nl;
56. K. McDaniel#, F. Valcius#, J. Andrews#, and S. Das*, “Electrostatic potential distribution of a soft spherical particle with a charged core and pH dependent charge density”. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 127, 143 (2015) (Selected as cover article for March issue of the journal). (media coverage: enme.umd.edu;)
53. G. Chen# and S. Das*, “Electrostatics of soft charged interfaces with pH-dependent charge density: Effect of consideration of appropriate hydrogen ion concentration distribution”. RSC Advances, 5, 4493 (2015).
50. S. Das*, “Explicit interrelationship between Donnan and surface potentials and explicit quantification of capacitance of charged soft interfaces with pH-dependent charge density”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 462, 69 (2014).
49. S. Chanda#, S. Sinha, and S. Das*, “Streaming potential and electroviscous effects in soft nanochannels: Towards designing more efficient nanofluidic electrochemomechanical energy converter”, Soft Matter, 10, 7558 (2014).
48. L. A. Lubbers, J. H. Weijs, L. Botto, S. Das, B. Andreotti, and J. H. Snoeijer, “Drops on soft solids: Free energy and double transition of contact angles Journal of Fluid Mechanics 747, R1 (2014).
———— Publications Before Joining University of Maryland, College Park————
47. S. Das, T. Thundat, and S. K. Mitra, “Modeling of asphaltene transport and separation in presence of finite aggregation effects in combined electroosmotic-electrophoretic microchannel transport”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 446, 23 (2014).
46. S. Chanda# and S. Das*, “Effect of finite ion sizes in an electrostatic potential distribution for a charged soft surface in contact with an electrolyte solution”, Physical Review E 89, 012307 (2014).
44. S. Das, A. Guha, and S. K. Mitra, “Exploring new scaling regimes for streaming potential and electroviscous effects in a nanocapillary with overlapping Electric Double Layers”, Analytica Chimica Acta 808, 159 (2013).
41. P. R. Waghmare, S. Das, and S. K. Mitra, “Drop deposition on under-liquid low energy surfaces”, Soft Matter 9, 7437 (2013). (Selected as a Cover Article). (media coverage: phys.org; redorbit.com;, ualberta.ca;)
40. P. R. Waghmare, S. Das, and S. K. Mitra, “Under-water superoleophobic glass: Unexplored role of surfactant-rich solvent”, Scientific Reports 3, 1862 (2013). (media coverage: phys.org, redorbit.com)
33. S. Das, R. P. Misra, T. Thundat, S. Chakraborty, and S. K. Mitra,”Modeling of asphaltene transport and separation in presence of finite aggregation effects in pressure-driven microchannel flow”, Energy and Fuels 26, 5851 (2012).
31. S. Das, P. R. Waghmare, M. Fan, N. S. K. Gunda, S. S. Roy, and S. K. Mitra, “Dynamics of liquid droplets in an evaporating drop: Liquid droplet “Coffee Stain” effect”, RSC Advances 2, 8390 (2012).
30. S. Das, S. Chakraborty, and S. K. Mitra, “Magnetohydrodynamics in narrow fluidic channels in presence of spatially non-uniform magnetic fields: Framework for combined magnetohydrodynamic and magnetophoretic particle transport”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 13, 799 (2012).
18. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Probing the solvation decay length for characterizing hydrophobicity-induced bead-bead attractive interactions in polymer chains”, Journal of Molecular Modeling 17, 1911 (2011).
17. S. Das*, J. H. Snoeijer, and D. Lohse, “Effect of impurities in description of surface nanobubbles”, Physical Review E 82, 056310 (2010). (This paper has been selected for the November 15, 2010 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology in the section “Surface and Interface Properties”)
16. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Effect of confinement on the collapsing mechanism of a flexible polymer chain”, The Journal of Chemical Physics 133, 174904 (2010). (This paper has been selected for the Novemeber 15, 2010 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research in the section “Fundamental Polymer Statics/Dynamics”).
13. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Augmented surface adsorption characteristics by employing patterned microfluidic substrates in conjunction with transverse electric fields”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 8, 313 (2010).
12. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Influence of streaming potential on the transport and separation of charged spherical solutes in nanochannels subjected to particle-wall interactions”, Langmuir 25, 9863 (2009).
11. T. Das, S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Influences of streaming potential on cross stream migration of flexible polymer molecules in nanochannel flows”, The Journal of Chemical Physics 130, 244904 (2009).
9. S. Chakraborty and S. Das, “Streaming field induced convective transport and its influence on the electroviscous effects in narrow fluidic confinements beyond the Debye Huckel limits”, Physical Review E 77, 037303 (2008).
8. R. Lambert, S. Das, M. Madou, S. Chakraborty and R. Rangel, “Simulation of a moving mechanical actuator for fast biomolecular synthesis process”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 51, 4367 (2008).
7. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Separation of charged macromolecules in nanochannels within the continuum regime: Effects of wall interactions and hydrodynamic confinements”, Electrophoresis 29, 1115 (2008).
6. S. Das, K. Subramanian, and S. Chakraborty, “Analytical investigations on the effects of substrate kinetics on macromolecular transport and hybridization through microfluidic channels”, Colloids and Surfaces B, 58, 203 (2007).
4. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Augmentation of macromolecular adsorption rate through transverse electric fields generated across patterned walls of a microfluidic channel”, Journal of Applied Physics 99, 1 (2006). (This paper has been selected for the July 15, 2006 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research in the section “Instrumentation Development).
3. S. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Analytical solutions for velocity, temperature and concentration distribution in electroosmotic microchannel flows of a non-Newtonian bio-fluid”, Analytica Chimica Acta 559, 15 (2006).
2. S. Das, T. Das, and S. Chakraborty, “Analytical solutions for the rate of DNA hybridization in a microchannel in the presence of pressure-driven and electro-osmotic flows”, Sensors and Actuators B, 114, 957 (2006).
1. S. Das, T. Das and S. Chakraborty, “Modeling of coupled momentum, heat and solute Transport during DNA hybridization in a microchannel in presence of electro-osmotic effects and axial pressure gradients”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 2, 37 (2006).
Soft Matter Back Cover Article (January 2017)
PCCP Front Cover Article (August, 2016)
Colloids and Surfaces B Cover Article (April, 2015)
Soft Matter Cover Article (August, 2013)
3. S. Das, T. Das, and S. Chakraborty, “Micfrofluidics based DNA hybridization” in Microfluidics and Microscale Transport Processes Ed. Suman Chakraborty, Taylor and Francis (2012).
2. S. Das, J. Chakraborty, and S. Chakraborty, “Electrokinetics in narrow confinements”, in Microfluidics and Microscale Transport Processes Ed. Suman Chakraborty, Taylor and Francis (2012).
1. S. Das and Suman Chakraborty, “Polymer transport in nanochannels”, in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Handbook: Fabrication, Implementation and Applications-Vol II. Eds. Sushanta K. Mitra and Suman Chakraborty, Taylor and Francis (2012).
#Denotes Postdocs and Graduate/Undergraduate students and summer interns working/worked with Prof. Das in SMIEL
*Denotes the corresponding authorship
9. S. Sinha#, H. Jing#, H. S. Sachar#, S. Das*, “Surface charges promote non-specific nanoparticle adhesion to stiffer membranes.”
8. G. Chen#, Y. Gu#, H. Tsang, D. R. Hines, and S. Das*, “The Effect of Droplet Sizes on Overspray in Aerosol-Jet Printing.”
7. G. Chen#, H. S. Sachar#, and S. Das*, “Efficient Electrochemomechanical Energy Conversion in Nanochannels Grafted with End-charged Polyelectrolyte Brushes.”
6. K. Ahuja#, Y. Wang#, S. Sinha#, P. R. Desai#, and S. Das*, “Water-Holey-Graphene Interactions: Route to Highly Enhanced Water-ccessible Graphene Surface Area.”
5. Y. Wang#, S. Sinha#, K. Ahuja#, P. R. Desai#, J. Dai, L. Hu, and S. Das*, “Water permeation through a holey graphene architecture.”
4. T. Li, S. D. Lacey, X. Zhao, J. Song, F. Jiang , J. Dai, Y. Yao, S. Das, R. Yang, and L. Hu, “Ionic Thermoelectrics with a Record-High Power Factor by Aligned Cellulose Nanofibers.”
3. G. Chen# and S. Das*, “Uncovering universality in the scaling laws of polymer brushes of different geometries.”
2. H. Jing# and S. Das*, “Theory of diffusioosmosis in a charged nanochannel.”
1. P. R. Desai#, S. Sinha#, and S. Das*, “Polyelectrolyte Brush Bilayers in Weakly Interpenetration Regime: Scaling Theory and Molecular Dynamics Simulations.”