We develop fundamental understanding and control over various advanced materials for a spectrum of device and nanotechnology applications ranging from nanoparticle catalysts and magnetic nanoparticles to impedance glucose sensors and next-generation power switches to supramolecular assemblies and interfacial engineering of nanomaterials.
Won Tae Choi
Starting August of 2021
Research Interests: Design, engineering, and analysis of electrochemically active soft materials for energy conversion and storage applications
Associate Professor and Ph.D. Recruitment Coordinator
Research Interests: Semiconductor Materials and Devices, Nanomaterials, Energy, Optical Spectroscopy, Modeling
Research Interests: Bioengineering, Gene Editing, CRISPR/Cas, Nucleic acids and Protein Engineering, Nanomaterials, Responsive Systems
Research Interests: Self-Assembly, Colloid and Surface Science, Functional Coating, Polymer Engineering, Biomaterials, Recombinant Proteins
Distinguished Professor, Dr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Edie Professor
Research Interests: Electrochemical Engineering: Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Corrosion (including cathodic protection), Current Distribution in Electrochemical Systems, Fuel Cells, Mathematical Modeling.
Department Chair and Dean’s Leadership Professor
Research Interests: Biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles; fundamental fluid physics of suspensions of magnetic nanoparticles; magnetic nanoparticle synthesis and functionalization; suspension hydrodynamics and rheology.
Ph.D. 2018, The Ohio State University
Research Interests: Polymer Membranes, Polymer-Protein Conjugates, Self-Assembly, Computational Materials Design
Associate Chair for Graduate Studies and Dow Chemical Company Foundation Professor