Reduced Graphene Oxide Chemical Sensor in the News

Our group's work on reduced graphene oxide (RGO) sensor appeared online at a new magazine Nanotechweb. The work elucidated the sensing mechanism in RGO using kelvin probe microscopy. Team members were Chris Kehayias (undergrad), Sam MacNaughton (doctoral candidate), Prof. Sonkusale (Electrical Engineering) and Prof. Staii (Physics). Congratulations!


Robbie wins an outstanding researcher award

Robert D'Angelo (Robbie) wins an "outstanding researcher" award in the school of engineering at the masters level. Congrats Robbie


Sam MacNaughton wins award for engineering education

Sam MacNaughton won the award for "outstanding contribution to engineering education" in the school of engineering of 2012-2013. Award recognizes extraordinary effort by a graduate student in enhancing engineering education through TA work, voluntary service or other effort. Congrats Sam!


Wangren succesfully defends his PhD dissertation

Congrats to Wangren Xu for succesfully defending his PhD dissertation on "Metamaterials with Active Circuits". He had to overcome many obstacles to get this far, including the rescheduling his date for defense due to the Boston marathon attacks. After graduation, he will join Prof. David Smith's group at Duke University as a postdoctoral researcher.


Paper to appear in Phys. Rev. Lett and Optics Express

Two new publications, one on loss compensation in metamaterials will appear in Optics Express, and on metamaterial inspired focal plane array in Phys Rev Letters.

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