Jay Guo receives Wise-Najafi Prize

Professor Jay Guo received the 2022-23 Wise-Najafi Prize for Engineering Excellence in the Miniature World, which recognizes outstanding research at the meso-scale and smaller. Guo’s broad research interests include nanophotonics and structural colors, organic and hybrid photovoltaics and photodetectors, nanomanufacturing technologies, silicon nanoelectronics, and nanofluidic devices. Read more…

Joerg Lahann recently elected a 2022 AAAS Fellow!

Professor Joerg Lahann was recently elected a 2022 AAAS Fellow! One of 506 scientists, engineers and innovators nationwide – and one of 17 U-M faculty members selected (but the only one from the College of Engineering) – he was honored by AAAS for distinguished contributions to the field of polymeric materials engineering, including biointerfaces prepared
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Jovan Kamcev receives NSF CAREER Award

Assistant Professor Jovan Kamcev recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award to research and improve ion-exchange membranes. The NSF CAREER Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education Continue Reading »

Sharon Glotzer as 2022 DoD Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow

A major congratulations to Sharon Glotzer on being selected as a 2022 DoD Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow – the department of defense’s most prestigious research grant award!!! The Vannevar award funds bold and ambitious “blue sky” research that will lead to extraordinary outcomes that may revolutionize entire disciplines, create new fields, or disrupt accepted theories Continue Reading »

An International Team Including Professor Lola Eniola-Adefeso Received $7.5M for Cardiovascular Disease Research

Lola Eniola-Adefeso, professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional Education, is part of an international research team that recently received $7.5 million in funding from the Leducq Foundation. 

The project, titled AntheroGEN, is focused on sex-specific mechanisms of cardiovascular disease. It is led by Mete Civilek at University Continue Reading »