In this paper, we develop atomistic simulation models to probe the shear thinning behavior and 3D printability of graphene-flake infused epoxy inks. This is Bhargav’s 6th paper from the group. Congratulations !!!
In this paper, we develop numerical models for probing the effect of the drop impact velocity on the coalescence of two polymeric droplets. This is Vishal’s 16th paper and Ankit’s 9th paper from the group. Congratulations !!!!!
Prof. Das has been recognized as a VEBLEO Fellow and delivered a keynote talk titled “All-atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polyelectrolyte Brushes” in the Webinar on Materials Science, Engineering and Technology held during 24 – 27 September 2021.
In this paper, we employ all-atom molecular dynamics simulations to demonstrate in nanochannels grafted with polyelectrolyte brushes one can simultaneously generate energy and enhance the flow strength. This is Harnoor’s 26th, Turash’s 7th paper, and Vishal’s 15th paper from the group. Congrats All !!!!
In this paper, we discuss certain salient challenges and issues associated with Aerosol Jet Printing.
This Fall, Mr. Raashiq Ishraaq and Mr. Ghansham Channel have started their Ph.D. journey at SMIEL. We wish them a great tenure at SMIEL.
In this collaborative study with the group of Prof. Liangbing Hu in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, UMD, we describe the behavior of wood as an ionic cable. SMIEL’s contribution in this paper is the through the development of theoretical model for calculating the ionic conductivity in wood nanochannels. This is Guang’s 27th …
SMIEL Ph.D. student Turash Haque Pial wins the STLE (Society of Tribology and Lubrication Engineering) Philadelphia section Scholarship. Previously, three more Ph.D. students from SMIEL, Shayandev Sinha, Parth Desai, and Harnoor Singh Sachar had also won this Fellowship.
In this paper, we employ all-atom molecular dynamics (MD) simulations for studying the temperature response of densely grafted polyelectrolyte brushes. This is Harnoor’s 26th, Bhargav’s 5th, and Turash’s 7th paper from the group.
Das group has received funding from NextFlex on a project dedicated to study the reliability of printed and flexible hybrid electronics. In this project, University of Maryland (Prof. Das is a co-PI of the UMD team) has teamed up with Lockheed Martins and Binghamton University.