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Steph's NSF CAREER proposal, "Engineering Arrays of Organic Light Harvesting Crystals from Solution," has been awarded! This program is NSF's most "prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and lead to advances in the mission of their department or organization." Read the press release here
20 Nov 2018
Steph is awarded a $20k Stevens Bridging Grant to support her research group's efforts in using nanoconfinement to stabilize metal halide perovskites for solar cell applications
13 Nov 2018
Through an NSF Foundations grant, Steph and her colleagues are improving students' learning experiences in core undergraduate courses. Read the article here!
26 Oct 2018
Our group's research is highlighted in Stevens news. Read the article here!
24 Sep 2018
Zhuoqiang's paper on the assembly of hexapod colloids into ordered structures using a combination of electric and magnetic fields has been accepted to Langmuir
27 Aug 2018
Welcome to graduate student Yi Yang and undergraduate researcher Mark Spence
29 May 2018
Welcome to summer undergraduate researchers Brian Eng, Sophia Hua, Jessica Persaud and Emily Renjilian
25 Apr 2018
Undergraduate researcher Mike Delaney wins 2nd place at the Stevens Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Read more about it here!
17 Apr 2018
Xiaoqing's paper on the stability of nanoconfined perovskites against humidity-induced degradation and polymorph transitions has been accepted to Nanoscale
1 Feb 2018
Welcome to PhD student Yazhou Zhou, who will be co-advised with Prof. Dilhan Kalyon
20 Jan 2018
Our group, also with the help of undergraduate Dakota Van Deursen, hosted students from the Center for All Abilities to learn more about university research and college life. Read more about it here!
15 Jan 2018
Xiaoqing, Zhuoqiang and Kai all received graduate student travel awards to present their research at the American Physical Society March Meeting in Los Angeles. Congrats!
Our research focuses on novel solution-processable hybrid materials for optoelectronic applications. Current research interests include:
on the Hudson River bank in New Jersey, our laboratory has
a panoramic view of New York City.
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