Press Coverage:

 

* 2015: Hui's paper, "A General Route to Nanocrystal Kebabs Periodically Assembled on Stretched Flexible Polymer Shish (DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1500025)", was published in Science Advances.Congratulations!!! Highlighted by: Science: “Crafting organic-inorganic shish-kebabs” and Georgia Institute of Technology: "Nanoscale "worms" provide new route to nano-necklace structures".

 

* 2013: Xinchang's paper, "A General and Robust Strategy for the Synthesis of Nearly Monodisperse Colloidal Nanocrystals", was published in Nature Nanotechnology.Congratulations! Highlighted by: [Nature Nanotechnology News and Views]; [Georgia Institute of Technology]; [R&D Magazine]; [ScienceDaily]; [Science Newsline]; [Nanowerk]; [Nanotechnology Now]; [RedOrbit Inc]; [PCBDesign007]; [Azonano]; and [more]

 

* 2013: Wei’s paper, entitled " Drying-Mediated Assembly of Colloidal Nanoparticles into Large-Scale Microchannels”, was accepted for publication in ACS Nano.

 

* 2013: Meidan’s paper, entitled "Hierarchically Structured Nanotubes for Highly Efficient Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells”, was published in Advanced Materials and featured on its Frontispiece.

 

* 2013: Ming’s invited Perspective, "Towards High Performance Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells: Bringing Conjugated Polymers and Inorganic Nanocrystals in Close Contact” was featured on the Cover of The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.

 

* 2013: Ming's review article, "Towards high-performance polymer-based thermoelectric materials", was featured on the Cover of Energy & Environmental Science.

 

* 2013: Bo's paper, entitled "Macroscopic highly aligned DNA nanowires created by controlled evaporative self-assembly" is published in ACS Nano.

 

* 2013: Dr. Zhiqun Lin is invited to serve as an Associate Editor for Journal of Materials Chemistry A, a Royal Society of Chemistry journal, starting from January 2013.

 

* 2013: Wei's paper, entitled "Large-scale hierarchically structured conjugated polymer assemblies with enhanced electrical conductivity" was accepted by Angewandte Chemie International Edition and selected as Very Important Paper (VIP).

 

* 2013: Myunghwan's paper, entitled "An unconventional route to hierarchically ordered block copolymer on gradient patterned surface enabled by controlled evaporative self-assembly" was published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, and featured on its Frontispiece.

 

* 2012: Jun's review article, "Dye-sensitized TiO2 nanotube solar cells: rational structural and surface engineering on TiO2 nanotubes" was featured on the Frontispiece of Chemistry - An Asian Journal.

 

* 2012: Wei's paper on "A simple route to hierarchically assembled micelles and inorganic nanoparticles " was accepted by Angewandte Chemie International Edition, and chosen as a Hot Paper by the Editors.

 

* 2012: Meidan's paper on "Nanostructured TiO2 architectures for environmental and energy applications" was featured on Cover of Journal of Nanoscience Letters.

 

* 2012: Lei's review article, " Crafting semiconductor organic-inorganic nanocomposites via placing conjugated polymers in intimate contact with nanocrystals for hybrid solar cells", was featured on the Inside Front Cover of Advanced Materials.

 

* 2012: Wei's review article, "Learning from "Coffee Rings": Ordered Structures Enabled by Controlled Evaporative Self-Assembly", was featured on the Frontispiece of Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

 

* 2011: Lei's review article, "Self-assembly of non-linear polymers at the air/water interface: effect of molecular architecture", was featured on the Front Cover of Soft Matter.

 

* 2011. Ming's review article, "Conjugated rod-coil and rod-rod block copolymers for photovoltaic applications", was featured on the Front Cover of Journal of Materials Chemistry.

 

* 2011. Lei's Soft Matter review article, "Self-assembly of non-linear polymers at the air/water interface: the effect of molecular architecture", was identified as a ‘hot article’ for Soft Matter.

 

* 2011. Xukai's Angew Chem paper, "Low-Cost Copper Zinc Tin Sulfide Counter Electrodes for High-Efficiency Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells", was featured by Nanowerk.

 

* 2011. Jun and Xukai's Invited Feature Article was amongst the top ten accessed articles from the online version of Nanoscale. (both in July and August).

 

* 2011. Xukai's paper on "Low-Cost Copper Zinc Tin Sulfide Counter Electrodes for High-Efficiency Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells" was featured on the Front Cover of Angew Chem in November.

 

* 2011. Xukai Xin’s paper, “Low-Cost CZTS Counter Electrodes for High-Efficiency Dye Sensitized Solar" published in Angew Chem, was selected as Very Important Paper (VIP).

 

* 2011. Guided organization of λ-DNA into microring arrays from liquid capillary bridge" published in Small, 7, 1641 (2011) was featured by Materials Views on July 15, 2011, “Forces combine to make DNA arrays”. (Link)

 

* 2011. Lei's Advanced Materials paper, "Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposites by Placing Conjugated Polymers in Intimate Contact with Quantum Rods" was featured on Frontispiece of Advanced Materials (July 5 issue).

 

* 2011. Lei's Angewandte Chemie International Edition paper, "Semiconductor anisotropic nanocomposites via directly coupling conjugated polymers with quantum rods" was highlighted by MRS Bulletin (the June 2011 issue (Vol 36, PP 405). (Click coupling conjugated polymers to semiconductor nanorods) [Link].

 

* 2011. Lei's “Semiconductor anisotropic nanocomposites via directly coupling conjugated polymers with quantum rods”, published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, was featured on its Inside Front Cover. Congratulation!

 

* 2011. Lei's “Semiconductor anisotropic nanocomposites via directly coupling conjugated polymers with quantum rods”, published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, was featured on Nanowerk. Congratulation!

 

* 2010. "Hierarchically Ordered Structures Enabled by Controlled Evaporative Self-Assembly", published in Small, 20 (2010), was featured on Materials Views.

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* 2010. "Self-assembly of all-conjugated poly(3-alkylthiophene) diblock copolymer nanostructures from mixed selective solvents" published in ACS Nano 4, 3241(2010) was featured as an In Nano selection.

 

* 2010. "Dye sensitized TiO2 nanotube solar cell with markedly enhanced performance via rational surface engineering", published in Chemitry of Materials 22, 579 (2010) was featured on the Cover of Chemistry of Materials.


* 2009. "Evolution of ordered block copolymer serpentines into a macroscopic, hierarchically ordered web" published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition online on September 24 washighlighted by Nanowerk: Nanotechnology fabrication with 'coffee rings' on September 30, featured by Chemical & Engineering News on October 5 (C&EN News: Evaporating Polymer Produces Webby Patterns) [Link], and also highlighted by MRS Bulletin (the December 2009 issue: Hierarchical Topographies Created by Controlled Evaporation of a Block Copolymer Solution) [Link].

 

* 2009. Dr. Lin was featured on the College of Engineering's online magazine: Innovate -- Profile 2050.

 

* 2009. "A control approach to high-speed probe-based nanofabrication" published in Nanotechnology, 20, 175301 (2009) was highlighted by Nanotechweb on June 12, 2009.


* 2008. "Evaporative organization of hierarchically structured polymer blend rings" published in Macromolecules, 41 (2008) ahead of print was highlighted on the American Chemical Society (ACS) homepage under its News and Research page, "Ring Your Polymers" in November, 2008.


* 2008. "Directed self-assembly of gradient concentric carbon nanotube rings" appeared in Advanced Functional Materials, 18, 2114 (2008) was highlighted by Nanowerk, "Directed Self-Assembly of Ordered Structures as a Simple Nanotechnology Tool", July 16 (2008); also featured on the Materials Research Society (MRS) homepage as well as its Materials News page, "Self-assembled gradient concentric rings of carbon nanotubes", September 22 (2008); and listed as one of Most accessed articles in 07/2008 in Advanced Functional Materials.

 

* 2008. "Phase separation of polymer-dispersed liquid crystals on a chemically patterned substrate" appeared in Langmuir, 23, 7411 (2007) was featured on the ISU College of Engineering - Research Highlight, "Engineering Tomorrow's Flat-Panel Displays", April 30 (2008).

 

* 2007. "Photoluminescence of a freely suspended monolayer of quantum dots encapsulated into layer-by-layer films" appeared in Langmuir, 23, 10176 (2007) was highlighted by the November 2007 issue of Photonics Spectra "Suspended in Film and Placed Over Microcavities, Quantum Dots Become Brighter" (page 98).

 

* 2006. The Lin research group was featured on the ISU College of Engineering website (03/2006). [More]




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