Dr. Ji-Young was awarded as Laureate in Women Interactive Materials Award (WIMA) 2022 held at the DWI – Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials in Aachen, Germany, for her scientific work and achievement in the field of active and interactive materials, and her outstanding scientific presentation. WIMA is for talented, creative, and passionate young female researchers Continue Reading »
Discover Engineering is a part of the CoE programs for Engineering Camps for Kids. It is designed for students in 8th-10th grade, and aims to give young students a deeper understanding of our engineering disciplines and motivate them to pursue chemical engineering for their undergraduate studies.
In the event, we discussed the broad scope of Continue Reading »
Prashant and Misché received the “Honorable Mention Poster Award” in the 32nd International Symposium on Chirality 2022, which was held in Chicago, IL. Congratulations!
UM Alumni and their children from 4th to 7th grade experienced a glimpse of cutting-edge research of BioInterfaces Institute – Cure for diseases. Kids in Kotov Lab booth worked with gold NP forelectrolyte detection in sports drinks and make a connection how NPs can be used for diagnosis of diseases.
Posse scholars visited UM campus and Nicole, undergraduate research assistant from Kotov Lab, led the outreach event. Scholars had a chance to work with gold NP for electrolyte detection in sports drinks and tungsten oxide NP to experiment with color changing nano-ink.
It is also highlighted by Minkyu Kim & Vladimir V. Tsukruk (link). Please check out the recent article about Chiral phonons in microcrystals and nanofibrils of biomolecules.
Dr. Wonjin Choi was awarded the prestigious Lawrence Fellowship. The fellowship, named after Ernest Orlando Lawrence, who received the Nobel Prize in 1939 for inventing the cyclotron, is given to candidates who have exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements.
It is also highlighted by Yuri Kivshar(link). Please check out the recent article about Third-harmonic Mie-scattering from semiconductor nanohelices.
This Fellowship will offer a unique opportunity for Anastasia Visheratina to be embedded within the BI research and translational ecosystem to explore and work on BI translational and commercialization projects with BI leadership, faculty members, and innovation partners. Congratulations!