Congratulations Dr. Jihyeon Yeom!

Congratulations to Jihyeon on her successful PhD thesis defense! Jihyeon will continue her work at MIT as a postdoctoral researcher.

Congratulations Dr. Siu on Tung!

Congratulations to Dr. Siu on Tung on his successful thesis defense! Siu on will continue his work at Elegus Technologies.

Our group participated to the 253rd American Chemical Society Meeting

Our group members Wenchun Feng, Joong Hwan Bahng, Lizhi Xu, Ji-Young Kim, Emine Turali-Emre, Ahmet Emre, Drew Vecchio, Heather Calcaterra, Zhibei Qu participated to the 253rd American Chemical Society Meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Yoonseob wins the Rackham Distinguished Dissertation Award.

Our former PhD student Yoonseob Kim has been selected to receive the prestigious Rackham Distinguished Dissertation Award. Dr. Kim continues to his research at MIT. Congratulations, Dr. Kim!

Kotov group members participated in the 11th Engineering Graduate Symposium at the U-M!

Our PhD students Ji-Young Kim, Jihyeon Yeom, Emine Turali-Emre, Naomi Ramesar presented their posters at the 11th EGS (Engineering Graduate Symposium) at the University of Michigan. Our group members Dr. Wenchun Feng and Dr. Yuangang Liu participated as judges, and our PhD student Ahmet Emre participated as the symposium co-chair.

Our group members received two awards in the symposium. Emine Turali Emre won the first place and Naomi Ramesar won the fourth place in their poster sessions. 

Congratulations to all our students!

Congratulations Dr. Yoonseob Kim!

Congratulations to Dr. Yoonseob Kim on his successful PhD defense and his new position as a post-doctoral researcher at MIT.

Jihyeon has been selected to receive the KSEA-KUSCO Award.

Jihyeon Yeom received 2015 KSEA-KUSCO scholarship. She is invited to the scholarship award ceremony at UKC 2015 to receive award certificate and a check of $1,500.Congratulations Jihyeon! 

INSOO CHOI, PH.D starts his new job as a professor.

Congratulations and the best wishes of the greatest success in his new jobs as Assistant Professors at the Kangwon University, Korea.


Prof. Kotov had a MRS medal award talk

MRS Medalists Nicholas A. Kotov (left) and Sharon C. Glotzer (right), University of Michigan before their award talk: Integration of Computation and Experiment for Discovery and Design of Nanoparticle Self-Assembly at the 2014 Fall MRS Meeting.


Our work receives Popular Science “Best of What’s New” Award

Our work on scalable nanopillar anti-counterfeit labels wins the Popular Science 2014 Best of What’s New Award in the security category. Among thousands of inventions each year, the editors choose 100 top winners in 12 categories to represent the most significant and impactful innovations to be included in the annual “Best of What’s New” issue. 

The work is described in "Scalable Nanopillar Arrays with Layer-by-Layer Patterned Overt and Covert Images”, Lee, K. G.; Choi, B. G.; Kim, B. Il; Shyu, T.; Oh, M. S.; Im, S. G.; Chang, S.-J.; Lee, T. J.; Kotov, N. A.; Lee, S. J.  Adv. Mater. 2014,26, 6119–6124. 

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