Participants focus on fabrication of highly-coherent and highly-ordered three-dimensional nanostructures (3-D nanostructures), and subsequent hybridization with sensors, biomaterials, engineered nanoparticles, nanoribbons, and responsive polymers. Surface properties are investigated and modified to study and influence chemisorption or physisorption processes.
Cluster 1 Research Foci:
Cluster 1 Recent Research Highlights:Slanted Columnar Thin Films Prepared by GLAD Functionalized with Polyacrylic Acid Guiselin Polymer Brushes.
Anisotropic Bruggeman Effective Medium Approaches for Slanted Columnar Thin Films.
Large-Scale Solution Synthesis of Narrow Graphene Nanoribbons.
Visualization of magnetic domains in sculpted three-dimensional cobalt nanospirals.
Three-Dimensional Periodic Graphene Nanostructures.
Design and Synthesis of a New Class of Twin-Chain Amphiphiles for SAM-based EC Biosensor Applications.
Optical Properties of Cobalt Slanted Columnar Thin Films Passivated by Atomic Layer Deposition.
Cluster 1 Researchers:
Eva Franke-Schubert - GLAD, Ion-beam-assisted deposition; 3-D nanostructure materials for energy applications. Alex Sinitskii - Nanomaterial large-scale chemical synthesis. Natale Ianno - Ultra-thin layers. Rebecca Lai - Folding-based (aptamer) sensors; Protein and DNA functionalization; Electrochemical sensors. Angela Pannier - Drug and gene delivery; Cell-instructive surfaces. David Hage - Nano- and microfluidics. Patrick Dussault - Amphiphiles; Antifouling diluents. Andrea Holmes - Dye-based sensors; Nanoscale printing. Scott Darveau - Nanoparticle synthesis. Christopher Exstrom - Nanoparticle synthesis. Ming Han - Hollow core fibers.