Prof. Das has been selected for invitation to the 2021 inaugural PCCP (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics) Emerging Investigators Themed Issue. He was previously selected for invitation to the inaugural PCCP Emerging Investigators Themed Issue.
SMIEL’s 1st Ph.D. student and also SMIEL postdoc Dr. Gunag Chen will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics, Peking University, China from March, 2021. This is the 3rd faculty recruit from SMIEL. Many congratulations, Guang.
This paper develops ultrathin and ultra-sensitive CNT-based printed sensors capable of multiple uses on surfaces of widely varying curvatures and wettabilities. This is Beihan’s 3rd paper and Vishal’s 11th paper from the group. Congratulations !!!!
Former SMIEL postdoc Dr. Chenglin Yi has joined the Mechanical Engineering School of the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU) China as a tenure-track Assistant Professor. Chenglin worked for nearly 2 years (December 2018 to November 2020) in SMIEL on the topic of Printed Electronics. This is the 2nd faculty position recruit from SMIEL. Heartiest congratulations, Chenglin …
Prof. Siddhartha Das has been elected as the Fellow of the Institute of Physics, U.K.
In this paper, we discover the effect the presence of the polyelectrolyte (PE) brush induced confinement in altering the water-water and water-PE hydrogen bond energies and the associated effect on water rotational dynamics inside the PE brush layer. This is Harnoor’s 22nd paper, Thrash’s 4th paper, and Bhargav’s 3rd paper from the group. Congratulations All …
Two new graduate students, Mihirkumar Prajapati and Swarup Subudhi have joined SMIEL. Mihir will pursue his Ph.D. and Swarup will pursue his M.S. We, from the SMIEL family, extend them heartiest welcome.
In this paper, we employ molecular dynamics simulations to study the drop imbibition dynamics in a layer of grafted and responsive polymer molecules. This is Ankit’s 7th, Parth’s 13th, and Harnoor’s 21st paper.
SMIEL’s current Ph.D. student Sai Ankit Etha has been selected for the UMD’s Graduate School’s Outstanding Research Assistant Award for Academic Year 2020-21.
Current SMIEL Ph.D. students Turash Haque Pial and Sad Ankit Etha have been selected for the A. James Clark School of Engineering Future Faculty Program. They are sixth and seventh students from my group to get selected this program. Prior to this, Guagn Chen, Shayandev Sinha, Yanbin Wang, Haoyuan Jing, and Harnoor Singh Sachar have …