2015 DYSS speakers

Congratulations to the DYSS 2015 winners, Adrianne Rosales and Jongwook Kim!

Burtch

Nicholas Burtch

Georgia Institute of Technology

Developing chemically stable metal-organic frameworks for environmental applications via modeling and experiment

Harding

Jacqueline Harding

Colorado School of Mines

Crystal Therapy: Composite Materials as Next Generation Biomedical Devices

Kim

Jongwook Kim

University of Texas, Austin

Nanocomposite Architecture for Energy-Saving Electrochromic Smart Windows

Rosales

Adrianne Rosales

University of Colorado, Boulder

Dynamic Self-Assembled Materials to Control Cellular Microenvironments and Mimic Biological Phenomena

Sahu

Ayaskanta Sahu

University of California, Santa Barbara

Hybrid Omni-Thermoelectrics: Atomically Re-Engineered P/N Nanowire Inks for Flexible Generators

Azam

Anum Azam

University of California, Berkeley

Immune Modulatory Biomaterials for Cell-Based Therapies

Veiseh

Omid Veiseh

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Composite Nanoparticles for Electronic Applications

Richards

Jeff Richards

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Directing Electrical Energy Across the Cell Membrane for Precise Bioelectronics

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