New Grant Awarded!
Posted on: July 15th 2022
Dr. Xiwen Gong (U-M Chemical Engineering) and Dr. Hampstead (U-M Psychiatry) received a UM-MNI and UM-Biointerfaces 2022 Neuroregeneration and Cognition Seed Fund Award. With this award, the team will develop skin-adhesive wearable electrodes that can be used for neuromonitoring, brain disorder diagnosis, and treatment. The collaboration between Dr. Gong and Dr. Hampstead embodies interdisciplinary expertise across engineering and medicine. Together, they hope to address the prominent challenges in neuromonitoring and neuromodulation.
Sijun Seong and Yanmeng Liu Published a Review Article on Mechanical Study of Perovskites!
Posted on: Jan 31st 2022
Gong Group first year graduate students Sijun Seong and Yanmeng Liu published a review article "Mechanical Study of Perovskite Solar Cells: Opportunities and Challenges for Wearable Power Source" in Optical Materials Express. Read more from this link.
Congratulations to Arianna Wu for wining the 3rd place award for the Undergraduate Research Competition at the Fall 2021 Engineering Research Symposium!
Posted on: Dec 14th 2021
Gong Group undergraduate student Arianna Wu won the 3rd place for the Undergraduate Research Competition at the Fall 2021 Engineering Research Symposium. This is a highly competitive award with students participating from different departments of the College of Engineering. The the 3rd place award includes a prize amount of $400.
Congratulations to Gong Group Master Student alumna Aayushi Khatri for taking up a position at STMicroelectronics!
Posted on: Nov 18th 2021
Welcome New Undergraduate Student Jonah Chad Joining the Group!
Posted on: Nov 19th 2020
We are excited to have PhD students Hazel Mohamedali and Nishkarsh Agarwal joining Gong research group!
Hazel completed her undergraduate in Chemical Engineering from UT Austin and currently in her first year of PhD at Chemical Engineering at UMich. Nishkarsh obtained his Bachelor and Master degree in Material Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He started PhD in MSE at UMich this fall.
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