Joseph Andrews defends his MS Thesis on “Wetting of Graphene” He becomes the first graduate from SMIEL. Heartiest congratulations to you Joseph!!! Wishing you tremendous success to all your future endeavors.
This paper describes the pH-dependent electrostatics of spherical polyelectrolyte brushes in the decoupled regime. This is Guang’s 9th paper and Hao’s (former student) 2nd paper from the group….Congratulations to both !!!!
This paper discusses the role of solvent polarization and finite ion size effects in electroosmotic transport in nanofluidic channels. This is Shayandev’s seventh paper and Lucas’ first paper from the group. Congratulations to both !!!!!!
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This paper describes the thermodynamics of end-charged nanoconfined polyelectrolyte brushes…new results regarding the dependence of height such brushes on salt concentration is discovered. This is Guang’s eighth paper from SMIEL….Congrats Guang…..
PNAS paper has been published and the stories on the paper has appeared in various new media outlet (media coverage: phys.org, sciencedaily.com, utwente.nl, eurekalert.com, enme.umd.edu) youtube_movie
This paper probes dynamics of water nanodrop on graphene using Molecular Dynamics Simulation…this is group’s first paper on MD and also first paper with Prof. Chung. This is also 1st paper of Joseph from his MS thesis (3rd overall in SMIEL) and 6th paper of Shayadev from SMIEL. Congrats to both of them !!!!
SMIEL has received funding from Laboratory for Physical Sciences to carry out research on 3-D Printing based conformal electronics
This paper discusses some of the limitations of the existing scaling theories on spherical polymer brushes. This is Guang’s seventh paper and Hao’s first paper. Congratulations to both !!!!!