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News

  • 4-10-2019: "Congrats to PhD student Kshama Parate for winning first place at the 6th annual Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference (GPSRC) poster competition! GPSRC Research Conference
  • 4-4-2019: "Congrats to John Hondred for succesfully defending his PhD dissertation. John will graduate this spring and will lead a new biosensor division at Cornerstone Research Group (CRG) in Ohio. CRG
  • 4-4-2019: "Read our article on flexible, printed thermoelectric generators that back the Back Cover of the journal Nanoscale. CRG
  • 10-30-2018: "Read the press release regarding recent research on fertlizer ion soil sensors that is funded by the NSF SitS program. Engineers develop ‘bury-and-forget’ sensors, data networks for better soil, water quality
  • 9-14-2018: "Congrats to Prof. Claussen for receiving the 'Early Career Engineering Faculty Research Award' from the Iowa State University College of Engineering. Faculty and staff recognized for excellence at 2018 Convocation
  • 9-12-2018: "Congrats to Phd Candiate Kshama Parate and Postdoc Loreen Stromberg for receiving fisrt place at the research poster award competition at the Conference of Food Engineering 2018 in Minneapolis, MN. The title of their poster was "Printed graphene interdigitated electrodes for bacterial pathogen biosensing"
  • 7-23-2018: "Congrats to Phd Candiate Kshama Parate for receiving the runner-up graduate student poster award at the 2nd annual Nano@IASTATE meeting!
  • 7-23-2018: "Congrats to Phd Candiate John Hondred for receiving the Iowa State University Research Excellence Award for Summer 2018 from the Human Computer Interaction Graduate Program!
  • 5-17-2018: "Read about our 'Wash and Wear Electronics' published by the Iowa State University Foundation Link to News Article
  • 5-3-2018: "Congrats to Shaowei Ding on passing her final exam and graduating with her PhD from ISU!
  • 5-3-2018: "Congrats to Matt Krause on passing his final exam and graduating with his MS from ISU!
  • 4-15-2018: "Congrats to Phd Candiate John Hondred for obtaining the USDA-NIFA pre-doctoral fellowship award!
  • 3-14-2018: "Listen to our radio conversation with Jolie Rose from BYUradio. 'Washable, Wearable, Everywhere Electronics'
  • 3-2-2018: Congrats to PhD Candidate Shaowei Ding for winning best poster at the 2018 ME Grad Research Syposium. The title of her poster was "CIP2A Immunosensor Comprised of Vertically-aligned Carbon Nanotube Interdigitated Electrodes Towards Point-of-Care Oral Cancer Screening".
  • 2-5-2018: "Jacob Pelko from Channel 5 News in Des Moines visits our lab and reports on our printed graphene biosensors. Watch the news clip that made the 6 o'clock news here. Channel 5 News Video
  • 1-23-2018: "Read the press release about our recent research on superhydrophobic inkjet printed graphene titled. This research was also highlighted on the front cover of the journal Nanoscale". "Engineers develop flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits for washable electronics" Nanoscale Cover Article

Research

The Claussen group is focused on understanding/developing science and technology that interfaces with biology on the nano/microscale. The laboratory develops carbon nanomaterials (e.g., graphene, carbon nanotubes, carbon dots) and hybrid nanostructured materials for disease diagnostics/treatment, energy, molecular logic, and small-scale propulsion applications. The use of biological agents (enzymes, antibodies, DNA, cells) and surface chemistry techniques are widely explored within our research. We also seek to understand and model the reaction-diffusion kinetics associated with the nano-bio interface. These research efforts are highly interdisciplinary and require expertise from nearly all engineering and science backgrounds.

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Biosensors

Wearables

Nanomaterials

Microfluidics

Nanomanufacturing

Cover Art

Nanoscale,9,48,(2017). COVER ARTICLE

Adv Healthc Mater,6,7,(2017). COVER ARTICLE

Nanoscale,35,8,(2016). COVER ARTICLE

ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces. 6,6, (2014). COVER ARTICLE

Nanoscale. 5,24, (2013). COVER ARTICLE

Adv. Funct. Mater. 22, 16, (2012). COVER ARTICLE

Analyst, 136, 23, (2011). COVER ARTICLE.

ACS Nano, 3, 1, (2009). COVER ARTICLE

    Journal Articles
    2019
  1. Electrochemical cotinine sensing with a molecularly imprinted polymer on a graphene-platinum nanoparticle modified carbon electrode towards cigarette smoke exposure monitoring

    K. Parate, C. Karunakaran, J.C. Claussen

    Sens. Actuators, B., 287, 165-172, 2018.

  2. Enhanced electrochemical biosensor and supercapacitor with 3D porous architectured graphene via salt impregnated inkjet maskless lithography

    J. A. Hondred, I. L. Medintz, J. C. Claussen

    Nanoscale Horiz., DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00377G.

  3. Flexible, thermoelectric generators with inkjet-printed bismuth telluride nanowires and liquid metal contacts

    B. Chen, M. Kruse, B. Xu, R. Tutika, W. Zheng, M. D. Bartlett, Y. Wu and J. C. Claussen

    Nanoscale, 11, 5222-5230, 2019.

    COVER ART
  4. 2018
  5. Flexible laser-induced graphene for nitrogen sensing in soil

    N. T. Garland, E. S. McLamore, N. D. Cavallaro, D. Mendivelso-Perez, E. A. Smith, D. Jing J. C. Claussen

    ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, DOI: 10.1021/acsami.8b10991.

  6. Electrochemical glucose sensors enhanced by methyl viologen and vertically aligned carbon nanotube channels

    Benjamin J. Brownlee, Melsam Bahari, John N. Harb, Jonathan C. Claussen, Brian D. Iverson

    ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, 10, 34, 2018.

  7. Advances in controlling differentiation of adult stem cells for peripheral nerve regeneration

    Metin Uz, Suprem R. Das, Shaowei Ding, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Adv. Healthcare Mater., 7, 1701046, 2018.

  8. CIP2A immunosensor comprised of vertically-aligned carbon nanotube interdigitated electrodes towards point-of-care oral cancer screening

    Shaowei Ding, Suprem R. Das, Benjamin J. Brownlee, Kshama Parate, Taylor Davis, Loreen R. Stromberg, Edward K.L. Chand, Joseph Katz, Brian D. Iverson, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Biosens. Bioelectron.,117, 68-74, 2018.

  9. Printed graphene electrochemical biosensors fabricated by inkjet maskless lithography for rapid and sensitive detection of organophosphates

    J. A. Hondred, J. C. Breger, N. J. Alves, S. A. Trammell, S. A. Walper, I. L. Medintz, J. C. Claussen

    ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, 10, 13, 2018.

  10. Cryoconcentration of bioflavonoid extract for enhanced biophotovoltaics and pH sensitive thin films, Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, DOI 10.1021/acsami.7b19763.

    A. Demirbas, K. Groszman, M. Pazmino, R. Nolan, D.C. Vanegas, B. Welt, J.A. Hondred, N.T. Garland, J.C. Claussen, E.S. McLamore

    Biotechnol. Prog. , 34, 1, 2018.

  11. 2017
  12. Superhydrophobic inkjet printed flexible graphene circuits via direct-pulsed laser writing

    Suprem R. Das, Srilok Srinivasan, Loreen Stromberg, Qing He, Nate Garland, Warren Straszheim, Pulickel M. Ajayan, Ganesh Balasubramanian and Jonathan C. Claussen

    Nanoscale, 9, 48, 2017 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  13. High resolution graphene films for electrochemical sensing via inkjet maskless lithography

    J. Hondred, L. R. Stromberg, C. L. Mosher, J. C. Claussen

    ACS Nano, DOI: acsnano.7b03554

  14. Enhanced enzymatic activity from phosphotriesterase trimer gold nanoparticle bioconjugates for pesticide detection

    John A. Hondred, Joyce Breger, Nate Garland, Eunkeu Oh, Kimihiro Susumu, Scott Walper, Igor Medintz and Jonathan C. Claussen

    Analyst, 142, 17, 2017

  15. Improving sensitivity of electrochemical sensors with convective transport in free-standing, carbon nanotube structures

    B. J. Brownlee, K. M. Marr, J. C. Claussen, B. D. Iverson

    Sens. Actuators, B, 20, 28, 2017

  16. Inkjet printing of single-Crystalline Bi2Te3 thermoelectric nanowire networks

    Bolin Chen, Suprem R. Das, Wei Zheng, Bowen Zhu, Biao Xu, Sungbum Hong, Chenghan Sun, Xinwei Wang, Yue Wu, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Adv. Electron. Mater., 3, 4, 2017

  17. Enabling inkjet printed graphene for ion selective electrodes with post-print thermal annealing

    Qing He, Suprem R. Das, Nathaniel T Garland, Dapeng Jing, John A. Hondred, Allison A. Cargill, Shaowei Ding, Chandran Karunakaran, and Jonathan C. Claussen

    ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 9, 14, 2017

  18. Electrical differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into schwann-cell-like phenotypes using inkjet-printed graphene circuits

    Suprem R. Das, Metin Uz, Shaowei Ding, Matthew T. Lentner, John A. Hondred, Allison A. Cargill, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Surya Mallapragada, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Adv. Healthcare Mater., 6, 7, 2017 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  19. Rapid and label-free detection of interferon gamma via an electrochemical aptasensor comprising a ternary surface monolayer on a gold interdigitated electrode array

    Shaowei Ding, Curtis Mosher, Xian Y. Lee, Suprem R. Das, Allison A. Cargill, Xiaohui Tang, Bolin Chen, Eric S. McLamore, Carmen Gomes, Jesse M. Hostetter, and Jonathan C. Claussen

    ACS Sensors, 2, 2, 2017

  20. 2016
  21. PulSED: pulsed sonoelectrodeposition of fractal nanoplatinum for enhancing amperometric biosensor performance

    M Taguchi, N Schwalb, Y Rong, DC Vanegas, N Garland, M Tan, H Yamaguchi, JC Claussen, ES McLamore

    Analyst, 141,11,2016

  22. A volume miniaturized hydrogen peroxide sensor based on peroxidase activity of copper(ii) chlorophyllin on zinc oxide and polypyrrole nanocomposite

    Balamurugan, Murugesan; Santharaman, Paulraj; Madasamy, Thangamuthu; Claussen, Jonathan; Karunakaran, Chandran

    Sensor Letters, 14,7,2016

  23. Label-free electrochemical immunosensor for the rapid and sensitive detection of the oxidative stress marker Superoxide Dismutase 1 at the point-of-care

    Paulraj Santharaman, Mainak Das, Sushil K Singh, Niroj K Sethy, Kalpana Bhargava, Jonathan C Claussen, Chandran Karunakaran

    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 236,29,2016

  24. Platinum nanoparticle decorated SiO2 microfibers as catalysts for micro unmanned underwater vehicle propulsion

    Bolin Chen, Nathaniel T. Garland, Jason Geder, Marius Pruessner, Eric Mootz, Allison Cargill, Anne Leners, Granit Vokshi, Jacob Davis, Wyatt Burns, Michael A. Daniele, Josh Kogot, Igor L. Medintz, and Jonathan C. Claussen

    ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 8,45,2016

  25. 3D nanostructured inkjet printed graphene via UV-pulsed laser irradiation enables paper-based electronics and electrochemical devices

    Suprem R. Das, Qiong Nian, Allison A. Cargill, John A. Hondred, Shaowei Ding, Mojib Saei, Gary J. Cheng and Jonathan C. Claussen

    Nanoscale, 8, 35, 2016 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  26. A paper based graphene-nanocauliflower hybrid composite for point of care biosensing

    Stephanie L. Burrs, M. Bhargava, R. Sidhu, J. Kiernan-Lewis, Carmen Gomes, Jonathan C. Claussen and Eric McLamore

    Biosens. Bioelectron., 85, 15, 2016

  27. 2015
  28. Biosensing with förster resonance energy transfer coupling between fluorophores and nanocarbon allotropes

    Shaowei Ding, Allison A. Cargill, Suprem R. Das, Igor L. Medintz and Jonathan C. Claussen

    Sensors, 15, 6, 2015

  29. High aspect ratio carbon nanotube membranes decorated with pt nanoparticle urchins for micro underwater vehicle propulsion via H2O2 decomposition

    Kevin M. Marr, Bolin Chen, Eric J. Mootz, Jason Geder, Marius Pruessner, Brian J. Melde§, Richard R. Vanfleet∥, Igor. L. Medintz, Brian D. Iverson, and Jonathan C. Claussen

    ACS Nano, 9, 8, 2015

  30. Increasing the activity of immobilized enzymes with nanoparticle conjugation

    Shaowei Ding, Allison A. Cargill, Igor L. Medintz, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 34, 2015

  31. Probing the Enzymatic Activity of Alkaline Phosphatase within Quantum Dot Bioconjugates

    J.C. Claussen, A. Malanoski, J.C. Breger, E. Oh, S.A. Walper, K. Susumu, R. Goswami, J.R. Deschamps, I.L. Medintz

    J. Phys. Chem. C., 9, 8, 2015

  32. 2014
  33. Three-dye dynamic DNA scaffolds for photonic switching and logic through fluorescence resonance energy transfer

    S. Buckout-White, J.C. Claussen, M.G. Ancona, E. White, I.L. Medintz

    RSC Advances, 4, 90,2014

  34. Platinum-paper micromotors: An urchin-like nanohybrid catalyst for green monopropellant bubble-thrusters

    J.C. Claussen, M. A. Daniele, J. Gedder, M. Pruessner, Antti J. Mäkinen, B. Melde, Mark Twigg, Jasenka Verbarg, and Igor Medintza

    ACS Appl. Mater & Interfaces, 6, 20,2014 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  35. Nanomaterial-mediated biosensors for monitoring glucose

    M. Taguchi, A. Ptitsyn, E.S. McLamore, J.C. Claussen

    Journal of diabetes science and technology, 8,2,2014

  36. 2013
  37. Complex logic functions implemented with quantum-dot bionanophotonic circuits

    J.C. Claussen, N. Hildebrandt, K. Susumu, M.G. Ancona, I.L. Medintz

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6,6,2013

  38. Biophotonic logic devices based on quantum dots and temporally-staggered Förster energy transfer relays

    J.C. Claussen, W.R. Algar, N. Hildebrandt, K. Susumu, M.G. Ancona, I.L. Medintz

    Nanoscale, 5,24,2013 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  39. Emerging technologies for non-invasive quantification of physiological oxygen transport in plants

    P. Chaturvedi, M. Taguchi, S.L. Burrs, B.A. Hauser, W. Salim, J.C. Claussen, E. S. McLamore

    Planta, 238,3,2013

  40. 2012
  41. Acoustic droplet vaporization and propulsion of perfluorocarbon‐filled microbullets for targeted tissue penetration and deformation

    J.C. Claussen, D. Kagan, M.J. Benchimol, E. Chuluun‐Erdene, S. Esener, J. Wang

    Angewandte Chemie, 124,30,2012

  42. Nanostructuring platinum nanoparticles on graphene petal nanosheets for electrochemical biosensing

    J.C. Claussen, A. Kumar, D.B. Jaroch, M.H. Khawaja, A.B. Hibbard, D.M. Porterfield, T.S. Fisher

    Advanced Functional Materials, 22,16,2012 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  43. Multiplexed and switchable release of distinct fluids from microneedle platforms via conducting polymer nanoactuators for potential drug delivery

    J.C. Claussen, G. Valdés-Ramírez, J.R. Windmiller, A.G. Martinez, F. Kuralay, M. Zhou, R. Narayan, J. Wang

    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 161,1,2012

  44. 2011
  45. Bacterial isolation by lectin-modified microengines

    S. Campuzano, J. Orozco, D. Kagan, M. Guix, W. Gao, S. Sattayasamitsathit, J.C. Claussen, A. Merkoci, J. Wang

    Nano Letters, 12,1,2011

  46. Effects of Carbon Nanotube-Tethered Nanosphere Density on Amperometric Biosensing: Simulation and Experiment

    J.C. Claussen, J.B. Hengenius, M.M. Wickner, T.S. Fisher, D.M. Umulis, D.M. Porterfield

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C., 115,43,2011

  47. A comparative study of enzyme immobilization strategies for multi-walled carbon nanotube glucose biosensors

    J. Shi, J.C. Claussen, E.S. McLamore, A. ul Haque, D. Jaroch, A.R. Diggs, P. Calvo-Marzal, J. L. Rickus, D.M. Porterfield

    Nanotechnology, 22,35,2011

  48. Electrochemical glutamate biosensing with nanocube and nanosphere augmented single-walled carbon nanotube networks: a comparative study

    J.C. Claussen, M.S. Artiles, E.S. McLamore, S. Mohanty, J. Shi, J.L. Rickus, T.S. Fisher, D.M. Porterfield

    Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21,30,2011

  49. Microbiosensors based on DNA modified single-walled carbon nanotube and Pt black nanocomposites

    J. Shi, T.G. Cha, J.C. Claussen, A.R. Diggs, J.H. Choi, D.M. Porterfield

    Analyst 136, 136,23,2011 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  50. Transforming the fabrication and biofunctionalization of gold nanoelectrode arrays into versatile electrochemical glucose biosensors

    J.C. Claussen, M. Wickner, T.S. Fisher, D.M. Porterfield

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 3,5,2011

  51. A self-referencing platinum nanoparticle decorated enzyme-based microbiosensor for real-time measurement of physiological glucose transport

    E.S. McLamore, J. Shi, D. Jaroch, J.C. Claussen, A. Uchida, Y. Jiang, W. Zhang, M.K. Banks, K.K. Buhman, D. Teegarden, J.L. Rickus, D.M. Porterfield

    Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 26,5,2011

  52. 2010
  53. Oscillatory glucose flux in INS1 pancreatic Beta cells: a self-referencing microbiosensor study

    J. Shi, E.S. McLamore, D. Jaroch, J.C. Claussen, J.L. Rickus, D.M. Porterfield

    Analytical Biochemistry, 411,2,2010

  54. Electrochemical glucose biosensor of platinum nanospheres connected by carbon nanotubes

    J.C. Claussen, S.S. Kim, A. ul Haque, M.S. Artiles, D.M. Porterfield, T.S. Fisher

    Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 4,2,2010

  55. A self-referencing glutamate biosensor for measuring real-time neuronal glutamate flux

    E.S. McLamore, S. Mohanty, J. Shi, J. Claussen, J.L. Rickus, S. Jedlicka, D.M. Porterfield

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 189,1,2010

  56. 2009
  57. Electrochemical biosensor of nanocube-augmented carbon nanotube networks

    J.C. Claussen, A.D. Franklin, A. ul Haque, D.M. Porterfield, T.S. Fisher

    ACS Nano, 3,1,2009 - FRONT COVER ARTICLE

  58. 2008
  59. Independently addressable fields of porous anodic alumina embedded in SiO2 on Si

    A.D. Franklin, D.B. Janes, J.C. Claussen, T.S. Fisher, T.D. Sands

    Applied Physics Letters, 92,1,2008

  60. Book Chapters
  61. "Microbial Pathogen Detection Strategies"

    D. Vanegas, J.C. Claussen, E.S., McLamore, C. Gomes

    Encyclopedia of Agricultural, Food, and Biological EngineeringThird Edition, Taylor & Francis, (2017), ISBN 9781439811115

  62. "Synthesis and applications of cellulose nanohybrid materials"

    Nathaniel T. Garland, Eric S. McLamore, Carmen Gomes, Ethan A. Marrow, Michael A. Daniele, Scott Walper, Igor L. Medintz, Jonathan C. Claussen

    Hybrid Polymer Composite MaterialsElsevier, (2017), ISBN 978-0-08-100785-3

  63. "Biomimetic Fractal Nanometals As A Transducer Layer in Electrochemical Biosensing"

    ES McLamore, M Convertino, I Ocsoy, DC Vanegas, M Taguchi, Y Rong, C Gomes, P Chaturvedi, JC Claussen

    Semiconductor-Based Sensors World Scientific, (2016), ISBN 978-981-3146-72-3

  64. "Hybrid metallic nanoparticles: enhanced bioanalysis and biosensing via carbon nanotubes, graphene, and organic conjugation"

    M. Daniele, S. Campuzano, F. Kirilay, E.S. McLamore, Allison Cargill, Shaowei Ding, J.C. Claussen

    Nanobiosensors and Nanobioanalyses. Springer, (2015), ISBN 978-4-431-55189-8

  65. "FRET-based cellular sensing with genetically encoded fluorescent indicators"

    J.C. Claussen, I.L. Medintz FRET – Förster Resonance Energy Transfer. From Theory to Applications. Wiley-VCH, (2013), ISBN: 9783527656028

  66. "Nano-sized biosensors"

    J.C. Claussen, J. Shi, C.S. Rout, M.S. Artiles, M.M. Wickner, M.S. Stensberg, D.M. Porterfield, T.S. Fisher

    Biosensors for Medical Applications, Woodhead Publishing, (2012), ISBN 1 84569 935

  67. Electrochemical Biosensors of Carbon Nanotubes

    J.C. Claussen, J. Shi, A.R. Diggs, D.M. Porterfield, T.S. Fisher

    Nanomaterials for the Life Sciences, Wiley-VCH, (2011), ISBN 978-3-527-32169-8

  68. Conference Proceedings
  69. "Impedance biosensor for the rapid detection of Listeria spp. based on aptamer functionalized Pt-interdigitated microelectrodes array"

    R. Sidhu ; Y. Rong ; D. C. Vanegas ; J. Claussen ; E. S. McLamore ; C. Gomes

    Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XIII, Maryland, United States (2016).

  70. "Bio-inspired patterned networks (BIPS) for development of wearable/disposable biosensors"

    E. S. McLamore ; M. Convertino ; John Hondred ; Suprem Das ; J. C. Claussen ; D. C. Vanegas ; C. Gomes

    Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XIII, Maryland, United States (2016).

  71. "Effect of platinum nanoparticle deposition parameters on hydrogen peroxide transduction for applications in wearable electrochemical glucose biosensors"

    Allison A. Cargill ; Kathrine M. Neil ; John A. Hondred ; Eric S. McLamore ; Jonathan C. Claussen

    Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XIII, Maryland, United States (2016).

  72. "Enhancing molecular logic through modulation of temporal and spatial constraints with quantum dot-based systems that use fluorescent (förster) resonance energy transfer"

    J.C. Claussen, W. R. Algar, N. Hildebrandt, K. Susumu, M. G. Ancona, I.L. Medintz

    SPIE Nanoscience & Engineering Meeting, San Diego, CA. (2013).

  73. “Biosensor capture kinetics model of nanocube-augmented carbon nanotube networks,”

    J.C. Claussen, A. ul Haque, T.S. Fisher, M.D. Porterfield

    Materials Research Society Conference, Boston, MA. (2009).

  74. Research Reports
  75. "Nanoparticle biosensor for noninvasive glucose sensing."

    Sensing & Measurements, SPIE Newsroom – Nanotechnology (2013), DOI: 10.1117/2.1201308.005030

  76. “Using Nanotechnology to Improve Lab on a Chip Devices”

    J.C. Claussen, I.L. Medintz

    J. Biochip Tissue Chip., (2012), DOI: 10.4172/2153-0777.1000e117

Our Amazing Team

Researchers and Students

Dr. JC

Dr. Jonathan Claussen

Phone: 515-294-4690

Address: 2624F, Howe Hall, Virtual Reality Applications Center (VRAC) | Iowa State University | Ames, IA 50011

Email: jcclauss@iastate.edu



Loreen Stromberg

Postdoc

Bolin Chen

PhD student

Shaowei Ding

PhD candidate

Nate Garland

PhD student

Lucas Hall

PhD student

John Hondred

PhD student

Kshama Parate

PhD student

Matthew Kruse

MS student

Fred Mace

Undergradute, ME

Jonathan Green

Undergradute, ME

Abraham Polonia-Suarez

Undergradute, ME

Please contact Prof. Claussen via email if you are interested in joining the group. We are currently looking for highly motivated postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduate students to join the group.

Alumni

Postdocs

Enjoying the Moments

The group has some fun!

MRS Conference 2017

Final oral defense

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MRS conference 2015

Skiing

Fun with Cy

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Laser tag

Eating Pizza

Facilities

Where the Magic Happens

Black Engineering

Student and Graduate Student Office Space located at VRAC.

Gilman Hall

Laboratory space with chemical/biological hoods located at Gilman Hall.

Applied Sciences

Cleanroom and nano-manufacturing/characterization located at the Applied Sciences Complex.

Aerial ISU

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