A small group of teens joined Carson today to learn about smart tattoos in the Teen Science Cafe at the Belmar Library in Lakewood, CO. The hands-on activity involved tattooing bananas with our smart (thermochromic and photochromic) tattoo inks! Many thanks to all the teens who participated.
Carson speaks about tech tattoos, molecular machines, and the future on The Disruptors, a podcast to shift humanity’s focus to the future.
Here's the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/DdYfnwR-T1M
Jesse was the recipient of the “best presentation” award in the Biomedical category at the Graduate Engineering Annual Research & Recruitment Symposium (GEARRS) of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Congratulations Jesse!
Kailey Shara and Purnendu are the first ATLAS PhD students to join the Emergent Nanomaterials Lab. Kailey joins us from Case Western Reserve University and Purnendu joins us from IIT Roorkee. Welcome Kailey and Purnendu!
Jesse Butterfield was selected as a recipient of the 2018-2019 Graduate Teaching Fellowship, which is awarded by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers “to encourage outstanding doctoral candidates in mechanical engineering education.“ Jesse will use the fellowship and its $5000 stipend to independently teach Dynamics in Spring 2019. Congratulations Jesse!
Hyejin Kwon, PhD in Materials Chemistry from University of Maryland College Park, joins the Emergent Nanomaterials Lab from her most recent post as a Senior Engineer at Samsung. Hyejin will be pushing back the frontiers of materials chemistry at the interface of organic semiconductors, colloids, and mechanical bonds.
1st Year MS student Karan Dikshit and 3rd Year BS student Phillip Vo join the team in the Emergent Nanomaterials Lab this Spring semester. Welcome Karan and Phillip!
Our thermochromic, photochromic, and conducting tattoos were demonstrated in an ex vivo porcine dermis model during the first Annual ATLAS Working Group Research Showcase, held in the Roser ATLAS Center on the Boulder campus.
3rd Year PhD student Jesse Butterfield joins the lab to work on Tech Tattoos.
The Laboratory for Emergent Nanomaterials is born in the ATLAS Institute and the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. We have an immaculate, state-of-the-art, newly renovated space in the Engineering Center, ECES 117.