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Rodney D. Priestley

Principal Investigator


2009 - Present   Assistant Professor
4/2008 - 6/2009  NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, ESPCI
9/2003 - 4/2008  Ph.D., Northwestern University
9/1998 - 5/2003  B.S., Texas Tech University
 
 Research Interest: Glass Formation and Glassy Behavior; Polymer Dynamics Under Confinement; Adaptive and Hybrid Materials; Nanoparticles; MAPLE of Amorphous and Electrically-Active Polymers 

Rui Liu, Ph.D.


Postdoctoral Fellow

2010   Ph.D., University of California - Riverside
2005   M.S., Tongji University
2002   B.S., Tongji University
 
Main Research Areas: Nanoparticles, Hybrid Materials, Responsive Polymer

Steven Ming-Tzo Wei, Ph.D.

Steven

Postdoctoral Fellow

2014   Ph.D., Lehigh  University 2014, Dept. of Bioengineering
2006   M.S., National Yang-Ming  University, Taiwan, Dept. of Biophotonics
2004   B.S., National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, Department of Physics
 

Joint with Craig B. Arnold and Cliff Brangwynne 's groups

Colin Neikirk


6th Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering

B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2009

Main Research Areas: Adaptive Materials, Hybrid Materials 

Kimberly Shepard


5th Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering 

B.E. and M.E. Chemical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2010

Main Research Areas: MAPLE of Amorphous Polymers and Hyperquenched Glasses

Chris Sosa


4th Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering 

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Columbia University, 2011

Main Research Areas: Colloidal Nanoparticle Preparation, Plastic Electronics

Hyuncheol Jeong


3rd Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering 

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology, 2012

Main Research Areas: MAPLE of Crystalline Polymers

Mary Burroughs


3rd Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering 

B.S. Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2012

Main Research Areas: Dynamics of Confined Polymers

Dane Christie


2nd Year Graduate Student - Chemical and Biological Engineering 

B.S. Chemical Engineering, City College of New York, 2013

Main Research Areas: Dynamics of Confined Polymers

Mary, Kim and Flat Feynman at APS March Meeting 2014

Mary Kim and Feynman