UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA

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CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA, SANTA
BARBARA
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5080
TEL: (805) 893-3412
FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu
Email: [email protected]
Department of Chemical Engineering
Mike Doherty, Chairman.
Dale Seborg & Susannah Scott, Vice-Chairs.
Degrees Offered: B.S, M.S, Ph.D.
Fields of Specialization: Process Control and Real
Time Computing, Polymers, and Structural Materials
Reaction Kinetics and Surface Science Transport Science Chemical and Nuclear Risk and Safety Bioengineering.
Interdisciplinary Program: Polymers (Materials Department) Structural Materials (Materials Department).
See Polymers and Materials Science Section.
CHMELKA, BRADLEY F. (b.1960) Professor. B.S,
1982, Arizona State University; Ph.D, 1990, Univ. of
Calif., Berkeley. NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1990,
Univ. of Calif., Berkeley; NSF/NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1991, Max Planck Institute fur Polymerforschung, Mainz Germany. Chemical Engineering; Materials Science. Inorganic-organic hybrid materials; adsorption, transport, and reaction in catalysts and porous solids, molecule structures and dynamics in polymeric solids, liquid crystals, nanocrystals, and biominerals; NMR
spectroscopy. TEL: (805) 893-3673 FAX: (805) 8934731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
George L. Athens, Yair Ein-Eli and Bradley F. Chmelka,
Acid-functionalized mesostructured aluminosilica for hydrophilic proton conduction membranes, Adv. Mater. (Weinheim, Ger.), 19, 2580-2587 (2007).
Anthony W. Moses, Christina Raab, Ryan C. Nelson,
Heather D. Leifeste, Naseem A. Ramsahye, Swarup Chattopadhyay, Juergen Eckert, Bradley F. Chmelka and Susannah
L. Scott, Spectroscopically Distinct Sites Present in Methyltrioxorhenium Grafted onto Silica-Alumina, and Their Abilities to Initiate Olefin Metathesis, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 129,
8912-8920 (2007).
G. D. Stucky, B. F. Chmelka, D. Zhao, N. Melosh, Q. Huo,
J. Feng, P. Yang, D. J. Pine, D. Margolese, W. Lukens, G. H.
Fredrickson and P. Schmidt-Winkel, Block Copolymer Processing of Mesostructured Inorganic Oxide Materials, U.S.
Patent No. 7,176,245, (2007).
Silvia Bracco, Angiolina Comotti, Patrizia Valsesia, Bradley F. Chmelka and Piero Sozzani, Molecular rotors in hierarchically ordered mesoporous organosilica frameworks,
Chem. Commun. (Cambridge, U. K.), 4798-4800 (2008).
S. Kirmayer, E. Dovgolevsky, M. Kalina, E. Lakin, S. Cadars, J. D. Epping, A. Fernández-Arteaga, C. RodríguezAbreu, B. F. Chmelka and G. L. Frey, Syntheses of Mesostructured Silica Films Containing Conjugated Polymers from
Tetrahydrofuran-Water Solutions, Chemistry of Materials,
20, 3745-3756 (2008).
Gabriel Morales, George Athens, Bradley F. Chmelka, Rafael van Grieken and Juan A. Melero, Aqueous-sensitive reaction sites in sulfonic acid-functionalized mesoporous silicas, J. Catal, 254, 205-217 (2008).
Christian A. Steinbeck, Matthias Ernst, Beat H. Meier and
Bradley F. Chmelka, Anisotropic Optical Properties and
Structures of Block Copolymer/Silica Thin Films Containing
Aligned Porphyrin J-Aggregates, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112,
2565-2573 (2008).
Sylvian Cadars, Nicolas Mifsud, Anne Lesage, Jan Dirk
Epping, Niklas Hedin, Bradley F. Chmelka and Lyndon Emsley, Dynamics and Disorder in Surfactant-Templated Silicate
Layers Studied by Solid-State NMR Dephasing Times and
Correlated Line Shapes, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 9145-9154
(2008).
Y. I . Kim, S. Cadars, R. Shayib, T. Proffen, C. S. Feigerle,
B. F. Chmelka and R. Seshadri, Local structure of polar
wurtzites Zn1-xMgxO by Raman and 25Mg/67Zn NMR
spectroscopy and by total neutron scattering, Phys. Rev. B,
78, 195205 (2008).
Douglas Wildemuth, Controlled Alignment of the Hexagonal Silica Mesostructure in Thin Films with Novel Anisotropic Optical Properties. (M)
Howard Huang, Incorporating Transition Metal or Rare
Earth/Organometallic Species Into Mesostructured/Mesoporous Materials for Optical Applications. (M)
George Athens, Controlling Acidity and Hydrophilicity in
Mesoporous Materials by Surface Functionalization: Appli-
cations to Ion-Conducting Membranes and Acid Catalysis.
(D)
DAUGHERTY, PATRICK S. (b.1970) Associate
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azeotropic and extractive, Kirk-Othmer Sep. Technol. (2nd
Ed.), 1, 918-984 (2008).
Andrea Robben Browning, Michael F. Doherty and Glenn
H. Fredrickson, Nucleation and polymorph selection in a
model colloidal fluid, Phys. Rev. E: Stat., Nonlinear, Soft
Matter Phys, 77, 041604/1-041604/6 (2008).
Professor. Ph.D, 1999, University of Texas at Austin. Senior Research Fellow, 1999-2001, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Biochemical Engineering. My research interests are focused on the development and application of combinatorial protein engineering technologies and computational protein design methods. In the
laboratory, my group is developing new methods for producing and screening combinatorial libraries in biological cells for commercially important, complex proteins.
TEL: (805) 893-2610 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
1985, Princeton University; Ph.D, 1991, California Institute of Technology. Visiting Scientist, 1991-1992, Dupont. Chemical Engineering. Nonlinear process modeling, identification & control with application to biosystems, polymerization and pulp and paper processes.
TEL: (805) 893-8133 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: doyle.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Paul H. Bessette, Xiaoyuan Hu, Hyongsok T. Soh and Patrick S. Daugherty, Microfluidic Library Screening for Mapping Antibody Epitopes, Anal. Chem, 79, 2174-2178 (2007).
Sejal S. Hall, Samir Mitragotri and Patrick S. Daugherty,
Identification of Peptide Ligands Facilitating Nanoparticle
Attachment to Erythrocytes, Biotechnol. Prog, 23, 749-754
(2007).
Patrick S. Daugherty, Protein engineering with bacterial
display, Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol, 17, 474-480 (2007).
Unyoung Kim, Chih-Wen Shu, Karen Y. Dane, Patrick S.
Daugherty, Jean Y. J. Wang and H. T. Soh, Selection of
mammalian cells based on their cell-cycle phase using dielectrophoresis, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A, 104, 2070820712 (2007).
Letha J. Sooter, Dimitra N. Stratis-Cullum, Yanting Zhang,
Patrick S. Daugherty, H. Tom Soh, Paul Pellegrino and Nancy Stagliano, Affinity reagent technology development and
application to rapid immunochromatographic pathogen detection, Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng, 6759, 67590A/167590A/8 (2007).
Unyoung Kim, Jiangrong Qian, Sophia A. Kenrick, Patrick
S. Daugherty and H. Tom Soh, Multitarget Dielectrophoresis
Activated Cell Sorter, Anal. Chem. (Washington, DC, U. S.),
80, 8656-8661 (2008).
Grzegorz Dubin, Justyna Stec-Niemczyk, Magdalena Kisielewska, Katarzyna Pustelny, Grzegorz M. Popowicz, Michal Bista, Tomasz Kantyka, Kevin T. Boulware, Henning R.
Stennicke, Anna Czarna, Mullika Phopaisarn, Patrick S.
Daugherty, Ida B. Thogersen, Jan J. Enghild, Nancy Thornberry, Adam Dubin and Jan Potempa, Enzymatic Activity of
the Staphylococcus aureus SplB Serine Protease is Induced
by Substrates Containing the Sequence Trp-Glu-Leu-Gln, J.
Mol. Biol, 379, 343-356 (2008).
Jeffrey J. Rice and Patrick S. Daugherty, Directed evolution of a biterminal bacterial display scaffold enhances the
display of diverse peptides, Protein Eng., Des. Sel, 21, 435442 (2008).
Neda Bagheri, Joerg Stelling and Francis J. Doyle, III,
Quantitative performance metrics for robustness in circadian
rhythms, Bioinformatics, 23, 358-364 (2007).
Tsz-Leung To, Michael A. Henson, Erik D. Herzog and
Francis J. Doyle, III, A molecular model for intercellular
synchronization in the mammalian circadian clock, Biophys.
J, 92, 3792-3803 (2007).
Andrew C. Liu, David K. Welsh, Caroline H. Ko, Hien G.
Tran, Eric E. Zhang, Aaron A. Priest, Ethan D. Buhr, Oded
Singer, Kirsten Meeker, Inder M. Verma, Francis J. Doyle,
III, Joseph S. Takahashi and Steve A. Kay, Intercellular coupling confers robustness against mutations in the SCN circadian clock network, Cell (Cambridge, MA, U. S.), 129, 605616 (2007).
Cesar C. Palerm, Lois Jovanovic, Howard Zisser, Francis
J. Doyle, III and Wendy C. Bevier, Prandial insulin dosing
using run-to-run control: application of clinical data and
medical expertise to define a suitable performance metric,
Diabetes Care, 30, 1131-1136 (2007).
Wendy C. Bevier, Howard Zisser, Cesar C. Palerm, Daniel
A. Finan, Dale E. Seborg, Francis J. Doyle, III, Alison Okada
Wollitzer and Lois Jovanovic, Calculating the insulin to carbohydrate ratio using the hyperinsulinaemic-euglycaemic
clamp—a novel use for a proven technique, Diabetes/Metab.
Res. Rev, 23, 472-478 (2007).
Stephanie R. Taylor, Francis J. Doyle, III and Linda R.
Petzold, Oscillator model reduction preserving the phase response: Application to the circadian clock, Biophys. J, 95,
1658-1673 (2008).
Jason E. Shoemaker and Francis J. Doyle, III, Identifying
fragilities in biochemical networks: robust performance analysis of Fas signaling-induced apoptosis, Biophys. J, 95,
2610-2623 (2008).
Scott Hildebrandt, David Raden, Linda Petzold, Anne Skaja Robinson and Francis J. Doyle, III, A top-down approach
to mechanistic biological modeling: application to the singlechain antibody folding pathway, Biophys. J, 95, 3535-3558
(2008).
Mehmet Mercangoz and Francis J. Doyle, III, Real-time
optimization of the pulp mill benchmark problem, Comput.
Chem. Eng, 32, 789-804 (2008).
Eyal Dassau, B. Wayne Bequette, Bruce A. Buckingham
and Francis J. Doyle, III, Detection of a meal using continuous glucose monitoring, Diabetes Care, 31, 295-300 (2008).
Mustafa T. Dokucu, Myung-June Park and Francis J.
Doyle, III, Multi-rate model predictive control of particle
size distribution in a semibatch emulsion copolymerization
reactor, J. Process Control, 18, 105-120 (2008).
Cesar C. Palerm, Howard Zisser, Lois Jovanovic and Francis J. Doyle, III, A run-to-run control strategy to adjust basal
insulin infusion rates in type 1 diabetes, J. Process Control,
18, 258-265 (2008).
Neda Bagheri, Jorg Stelling and Francis J. Doyle, III, Circadian phase resetting via single and multiple control targets,
PLoS Comput. Biol, 4, No pp. given (2008).
DOHERTY, MICHAEL F. (b.1951) Professor. Ph.D,
1977, University of Cambridge. Chemical Engineering.
Methods are being devised for process synthesis and
conceptual design of chemical process systems. Topics
of current interest include: combining reactions and separations, crystallization of organic materials, and systems with complex chemistries. The approach links the
underlying physical and organic chemistry to the structure of the process flowsheet, and involves theoretical,
experimental and computational methods. Applications
are focused on specialty chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
TEL: (805) 893-5309 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Ryan C. Synder and Michael F. Doherty, Faceted crystal
shape evolution during dissolution or growth, AIChE J, 53,
1337-1348 (2007).
Ryan C. Synder, Stephan Studener and Michael F. Doherty, Manipulation of crystal shape by cycles of growth and
dissolution, AIChE J, 53, 1510-1517 (2007).
Jeffrey D. Ward, Cheng-Ching Yu and Michael F. Doherty, Plantwide operation of processes with crystallization,
AIChE J, 53, 2885-2896 (2007).
Sagar B. Gadewar, Michael F. Malone and Michael F. Doherty, Feasible Products for Double-Feed Reactive Distillation Columns, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res, 46, 3255-3264 (2007).
Narayan Variankaval, Aaron S. Cote and Michael F. Doherty, From form to function: crystallization of active pharmaceutical ingredients, AIChE J, 54, 1682-1688 (2008).
Derek W. Griffin, Duncan A. Mellichamp and Michael F.
Doherty, Selectivity versus conversion and optimal operating
policies for plants with recycle, AIChE J, 54, 2597-2609
(2008).
Ryan C. Snyder, Stephane Veesler and Michael F. Doherty, The Evolution of Crystal Shape During Dissolution: Predictions and Experiments, Cryst. Growth Des, 8, 1100-1101
(2008).
Michael A. Lovette, Andrea Robben Browning, Derek W.
Griffin, Jacob P. Sizemore, Ryan C. Snyder and Michael F.
Doherty, Crystal Shape Engineering, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res,
47, 9812-9833 (2008).
Michael F. Doherty and Jeffrey P. Knapp, Distillation,
DOYLE, FRANCIS J., III (b.1963) Professor. B.S,
FREDRICKSON, GLENN H. (b.1959) Professor.
B.S, 1980, University of Florida; Ph.D, 1984, Stanford
University. Polymer Science. Thermodynamics of heterogeneous polymers, block copolymers, random copolymers, polymer dynamics and rheology, polymer interfaces. TEL: (805) 893-8308 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Robert C. Coffin, Steve J. Diamanti, Atsushi Hotta, Vikram Khanna, Edward J. Kramer, Glenn H. Fredrickson and
Guillermo C. Bazan, Pseudo-tetrablock copolymers with ethylene and a functionalized comonomer, Chem. Commun.
(Cambridge, U. K.), 3550-3552 (2007).
David M. Hall, Turab Lookman, Glenn H. Fredrickson and
Sanjoy Banerjee, Numerical method for hydrodynamic transport of inhomogeneous polymer melts, J. Comput. Phys, 224,
681-698 (2007).
Yuri O. Popov, Jonghoon Lee and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Field-theoretic simulations of polyelectrolyte complexation,
J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys, 45, 3223-3230 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Hawker
and Edward J. Kramer, Nanoparticle Surfactants as a Route
to Bicontinuous Block Copolymer Morphologies, Langmuir,
23, 7804-7809 (2007).
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Yuri O. Popov, Jonghoon Lee and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Theory and simulation of polyelectrolyte complexation, Los
Alamos Natl. Lab., Prepr. Arch., Condens. Matter, 1-6
(2007).
Edward H. Feng, Won Bo Lee and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Supramolecular Diblock Copolymers: A Field-Theoretic
Model and Mean-Field Solution, Macromolecules, 40, 693702 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson and Edward J.
Kramer, Analysis of Reaction Kinetics of End-Functionalized Polymers at a PS/P2VP Interface by DSIMS, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 3686-3694 (2007).
Alfredo Alexander-Katz and Glenn H. Fredrickson, Diblock Copolymer Thin Films: A Field-Theoretic Simulation
Study, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 40754087 (2007).
Gila E. Stein, Won Bo Lee, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Edward
J. Kramer, Xuefa Li and Jin Wang, Thickness Dependent
Ordering in Laterally Confined Monolayers of Spherical-Domain Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC,
U. S.), 40, 5791-5800 (2007).
Won Bo Lee, Richard Elliott, Kirill Katsov and Glenn H.
Fredrickson, Phase Morphologies in Reversibly Bonding Supramolecular Triblock Copolymer Blends, Macromolecules
(Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 8445-8454 (2007).
August W. Bosse, Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera and Glenn H.
Fredrickson, Microdomain Ordering in Laterally Confined
Block Copolymer Thin Films, Macromolecules (Washington,
DC, U. S.), 40, 9570-9581 (2007).
Tanya L. Chantawansri, Angust W. Bosse, Alexander Hexemer, Hector D. Ceniceros, Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera, Edward J. Kramer and Glenn H. Fredrickson, Self-consistent
field theory simulations of block copolymer assembly on a
sphere, Phys. Rev. E: Stat., Nonlinear, Soft Matter Phys, 75,
031802/1-031802/17 (2007).
Won Bo Lee, Raffaele Mezzenga and Glenn H. Fredrickson, Anomalous Phase Sequences in Lyotropic Liquid Crystals, Phys. Rev. Lett, 99, 187801/1-187801/4 (2007).
Chuanbing Tang, Michael Dimitriou, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Edward J. Kramer and Craig J. Hawker, Synthesis and
morphology of ABC triblock copolymers containing styrene
and 4-vinylpyridine, PMSE Prepr, 96, 313-314 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Howker
and Edward J. Kramer, Morphological consequences of assembling surfactant nanoparticles on block copolymer interfaces, Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Polym. Chem.),
48, 733 (2007).
Jonghoon Lee, Yuri O. Popov and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Complex coacervation: a field theoretic simulation study of
polyelectrolyte complexation, arXiv.org, e-Print Arch., Condens. Matter, 1-33 (2008).
Won Bo Lee, Raffaele Mezzenga and Glenn H. Fredrickson, Self-consistent field theory for lipid-based liquid crystals: Hydrogen bonding effect, J. Chem. Phys, 128, 074504/
1-074504/10 (2008).
Jonghoon Lee, Yuri O. Popov and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Complex coacervation: A field theoretic simulation study of
polyelectrolyte complexation, J. Chem. Phys, 128, 224908/1224908/13 (2008).
Chuanbing Tang, Joona Bang, Gila E. Stein, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Hawker, Edward J. Kramer, Michael
Sprung and Jin Wang, Square Packing and Structural Arrangement of ABC Triblock Copolymer Spheres in Thin
Films, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41, 43284339 (2008).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson and Edward J.
Kramer, Effect of Polymer Ligand Molecular Weight on
Polymer-Coated Nanoparticle Location in Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41, 436-447
(2008).
Andrea Robben Browning, Michael F. Doherty and Glenn
H. Fredrickson, Nucleation and polymorph selection in a
model colloidal fluid, Phys. Rev. E: Stat., Nonlinear, Soft
Matter Phys, 77, 041604/1-041604/6 (2008).
Erin M. Lennon, Kirill Katsov and Glenn H. Fredrickson,
Free Energy Evaluation in Field-Theoretic Polymer Simulations, Phys. Rev. Lett, 101, 138302/1-138302/4 (2008).
GORDON, MICHAEL J. (b.1972) Assistant Profesor. B.A, 1994, Colorado School of Mines; M.S, 1995,
Colorado School of Mines; Ph.D, 2003, California Institute of Technology. Post doc, 2003, California Institute
of Technology; Post doc fellow, 2004-2006, Laboratorire
des Technologies de la Microelectronique, Grenoble,
France. Chemical Engineering. The goal of our research
is to explore, understand, and exploit the unique physicochemical properties and dynamics of nanoscale systems
found in material science, microelectronics, catalysis,
and biology. TEL: (805) 893-7346 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu
Email: [email protected]
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HOMSY, GEORGE M. (b.1943) Professor. B.S, UC
Berekeley; M.S, Univ. Illinois; Ph.D, Univ. Illinois.
Chemical Engineering. Hydrodynamic Stability, Interfacial Fluid Mechanics, Chaotic Mixing, Electrohydrodynamics, Porous Media Flow, Coating Flows, Convection
with Time-Dependent Body Forces, Transport in Chaotic
Flows, Surfactant Fluid Dynamics. TEL: (805) 893-2704
FAX: (805) 893-8651
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
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ISRAELACHVILI, JACOB (b.1944) Professor. B.A,
1968, University of Cambridge; M.A, 1972, University
of Cambridge; Ph.D, 1972, University of Cambridge.
EMBO Fellowship, 1972-1974, University of Stockholm; Research Fellowship, 1974-1975, Australian National University. Chemical Engineering; Materials Science. Colloid and interface science. Measurements of intermolecular and surface forces in liquids. Surfactant and
lipid self-assembly. Friction and lubrication, biospecific
interactions. TEL: (805) 893-8407 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
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Bruno Zappone, Marina Ruths, George W. Greene, Gregory D. Jay and Jacob Israelachvili, Adsorption, Lubrication,
and Wear of Lubricin on Model Surfaces: Polymer BrushLike Behavior of a Glycoprotein, Biophysical Journal, 92,
1693-1707 (2007).
Mustafa Akbulut, Anna R. Godfrey Alig and Jacob Israelachvili, Triboelectrification between smooth metal surfaces
coated with self-assembled monolayers (SAMs), J. Phys.
Chem. B, 110, 22271-22278 (2007).
Anna R. Godfrey Alig, Delphine Gourdon and Jacob Israelachvili, Properties of confined and sheared Rhodamine B
films studied by SFA-FECO spectroscopy, J. Phys. Chem. B,
111, 95-106 (2007).
Hongbo Zeng, Yu Tian, Travers H. Anderson, Matthew
Tirrell and Jacob N. Israelachvili, New SFA techniques for
studying surface forces and thin film patterns induced by
electric fields, Langmuir, 24(4, 1173-1182 (2007).
Mustafa Akbulut, Anna R. Godfrey Alig, Younjin Min,
Nataly Belman, Magdalene Reynolds, Yuval Golan and Jacob Israelachvili, Forces between Surfaces across Nanoparticle Solutions: Role of Size, Shape, and Concentration, Langmuir, 23, 3961-3969 (2007).
Hongbo Zeng, Yu Tian, Boxin Zhao, Matthew Tirrell and
Jacob Israelachvili, Transient Interfacial Patterns and Instabilities Associated with Liquid Film Adhesion and Spreading, Langmuir, 23, 6126-6135 (2007).
Patricia McGuiggan, Michelle Gee, Hisae Yoshizawa, Susan Hirz and J. Israelachvili, Friction studies of polymer lubricated surfaces, Macromolecules, 40, 2126-2133 (2007).
Hongbo Zeng, Yu Tian, Boxin Zhao, Matthew Tirrell and
Jacob Israelachvili, Transient surface patterns and instabilities at adhesive junctions of viscoelastic films, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 8409-8422 (2007).
Israel Patla, Somobrata Acharya, Leila Zeiri, Jacob Israelachvili, Shlomo Efrima and Yuval Golan, Synthesis, TwoDimensional Assembly, and Surface Pressure-Induced Coalescence of Ultranarrow PbS Nanowires, Nano Lett, 7, 14591462 (2007).
Yu Tian, Hongbo Zeng, Travers H. Anderson, Boxin Zhao,
Patricia McGuiggan and Jacob Israelachvili, Transient filamentous network structure of a colloidal suspension excited
by stepwise electric fields, Phys. Rev. E: Stat., Nonlinear,
Soft Matter Phys, 75, 011409/1-011409/6 (2007).
Qi Lin, Delphine Gourdon, Chengjun Sun, Niels HoltenAndersen, Travers H. Anderson, J. Herbert Waite and Jacob
N. Israelachvili, Adhesion mechanisms of the mussel foot
proteins mfp-1 and mfp-3, PNAS, 104, 3782-3786 (2007).
Hongbo Zeng, Boxin Zhao, Yu Tian, Matthew Tirrel, L.
Gary Leal and Jacob Israelachvili, Transient surface patterns
during adhesion and coalescence of thin liquid films, Soft
Matter, 3, 88-93 (2007).
Bruno Zappone, Kenneth J. Rosenberg and Jacob Israelachvili, Role of nanometer roughness on the adhesion and
friction of a rough polymer surface and a molecularly smooth
mica surface, Tribol. Lett, 26, 191-201 (2007).
George W. Greene, Bruno Zappone, Boxin Zhao, Olle Soderman, Daniel Topgaard, Gabriel Rata and Jacob N. Israelachvili, Changes in pore morphology and fluid transport in
compressed articular cartilage and the implications for joint
lubrication, Biomaterials, 29, 4455-4462 (2008).
Yufang Hu, Kieche Meleson and Jacob Israelachvili, Thermodynamic equilibrium of domains in a two-component
Langmuir monolayer. [Erratum to document cited in CA145:
265189], Biophys. J, 94, 714 (2008).
Yufang Hu and Jacob Israelachvili, Lateral reorganization
of myelin lipid domains by myelin basic protein studied at
the air-water interface, Colloids Surf., B, 62, 22-30 (2008).
C. Yang, B. Persson, J. Israelachvili and K. Rosenberg,
Contact mechanics with adhesion: Interfacial separation and
contact area, Europhysics Letters, 84, 46004 1-5 (2008).
George W. Green, Kai Kristiansen, Emily E. Meyer, James
R. Boles and Jacob N. Israelachvili, Role of Electrochemical
Reactions in Pressure Solution, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73, 2862-2874 (2008).
A.-I. Henry, A. Courty, M.-P. Pileni, P.-A. Albouy and J.
Israelachvili, Tuning of Solid Phase in Supra-crystals made
of silver nanocrystals, J. Nano Letters, 8(7), 2000-2005
(2008).
Younjin Min, Mustafa Akbulut, Robert K. Prud’homme,
Yuval Golan and Jacob Israelachvili, Frictional Properties of
Surfactant-Coated Rod-Shaped Nanoparticles in Dry and
Humid Dodecane, J. Phys. Chem. B, 112, 14395-14401
(2008).
Bruno Zappone, George W. Greene, Emin Oroudjev, Gregory D. Jay and Jacob N. Israelachvili, Molecular aspects of
the boundary lubrication by human Lubricin: effect of disulphide bonds and enzymatic digestion, Langmuir, 24(4, 14951508 (2008).
Boxin Zhao, Noshir Pesika, Kenny Rosenberg, Yu Tian,
Hongbo Zeng, Patricia McGuiggan, Kellar Autumn and Jacob Israelachvili, Adhesion and friction force coupling of
gecko setal arrays: implications for patterned adhesive surfaces, Langmuir, 24(4, 1517-1524 (2008).
Delphine Gourdon, Qi Lin, Emin Oroudjev, Helen Hansma, Yuval Golan, Shoshana Arad and Jacob Israelachvili,
Adhesion and Stable Low Friction Provided by a Subnanometer-Thick Monolayer of a Natural Polysaccharide,
Langmuir, 24, 1534-1540 (2008).
Kai Kristiansen, Patricia McGuiggan, Greg Carver, Carl
Meinhart and Jacob Israelachvili, 3D Force and Displacement Sensor for SFA and AFM Measurements, Langmuir,
24, 1541-1549 (2008).
Younjin Min, Mustafa Akbulut, Nataly Belman, Yuval Golan, Joe Zasadzinski and Jacob Israelachvili, Normal and
Shear Forces Generated during the Ordering (Directed Assembly) of Confined Straight and Curved Nanowires, Nano
Lett, 8, 246-252 (2008).
Nataly Belman, Somobrata Acharya, Oleg Konovalov,
Alexei Vorobiev, Jacob Israelachvili, Shlomo Efrima and
Yuval Golan, Hierarchical Assembly of Ultranarrow Alkylamine-Coated ZnS Nanorods: A Synchrotron Surface X-Ray
Diffraction Study, Nano Lett, 8, 3858-3864 (2008).
Younjin Min, Mustafa Akbulut, Nataly Belman, Yuval Golan, Joe Zasadzinski and Jacob Israelachvili, Normal and
Shear Forces Generated during the Ordering (Directed Assembly) of Confined Straight and Curved Nanowires, Nano
Letters, 8(1), 246-252 (2008).
Younjin Min, Mustafa Akbulut, Kai Kristiansen, Yuval
Golan and Jacob Israelachvili, The role of interparticle and
external forces in nanoparticle assembly, Nat. Mater, 7, 527538 (2008).
Kenneth J. Rosenberg, Jennifer L. Ross, H. Eric Feinstein,
Stuart C. Feinstein and Jacob Israelachvili, Complementary
dimerization of microtubule-associated tau protein: implications for microtubule bundling and tau-mediated pathogenesis, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A, 105, 7445-7450 (2008).
Hongbo Zeng, Interactions of Polymer Surfaces and Thin
Films. (D)
Mustafa Akbulut, Physical, Electrical and Chemical Processes at Shearing Junctions. (D)
KRAMER, EDWARD J. (b.1939) Professor. B.Ch.E,
1962, Cornell University; Ph.D, 1967, Carnegie-Mellon
University. NATO Fellowship, 1966-1967, Unversity of
Oxford. Polymer Science. Diffusion in polymers; microscopic aspects of fracture of polymer glasses; block
copolyers and polymer blends; polymer surfaces; thin
flims and interfaces; neutron and x-ray reflectometry and
diffraction, transmission electron microscopy and soft xray spectroscopy of polymers. TEL: (805) 893-4999
FAX: (805) 893-8486
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Christian Daniel, Karen E. Sohn, Thomas E. Mates, Edward J. Kramer, Joachim O. Raedler, Erich Sackmann, Bert
Nickel and Luisa Andruzzi, Structural characterization of an
elevated lipid bilayer obtained by stepwise functionalization
of a self-assembled alkenyl silane film, Biointerphases, 2,
109-118 (2007).
Robert C. Coffin, Steve J. Diamanti, Atsushi Hotta, Vikram Khanna, Edward J. Kramer, Glenn H. Fredrickson and
Guillermo C. Bazan, Pseudo-tetrablock copolymers with ethylene and a functionalized comonomer, Chem. Commun.
(Cambridge, U. K.), 3550-3552 (2007).
Shigeo Nakamura, Elizabeth Pavlovic and Edward J. Kramer, Fracture energy of epoxy interfaces with layers of different silane coupling agents, J. Adhes, 83, 351-365 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Joona Bang, Craig J. Hawker, Julia J.
Chiu, David J. Pine, Se Gyu Jang, Seung-Man Yang and Edward J. Kramer, Creating Surfactant Nanoparticles for Block
Copolymer Composites through Surface Chemistry, Langmuir, 23, 12693-12703 (2007).
Marvin Y. Paik, Sitaraman Krishnan, Fengxiang You,
Xuefa Li, Alexander Hexemer, Yushi Ando, Seok Ho Kang,
Daniel A. Fischer, Edward J. Kramer and Christopher K.
Ober, Surface Organization, Light-Driven Surface Changes,
and Stability of Semifluorinated Azobenzene Polymers,
Langmuir, 23, 5110-5119 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Hawker
and Edward J. Kramer, Nanoparticle Surfactants as a Route
to Bicontinuous Block Copolymer Morphologies, Langmuir,
23, 7804-7809 (2007).
V. Khanna, B. J. Kim, A. Hexemer, T. E. Mates, E. J. Kramer, X. Li, J. Wang and S. F. Hahn, Chain architecture effects on the diffusion of cylinder forming block copolymers,
Macromolecules, 40, 2443-2452 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Susan Given-Beck, Joona Bang, Craig J.
Hawker and Edward J. Kramer, Importance of End-Group
Structure in Controlling the Interfacial Activity of Polymer-
CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
Coated Nanoparticles, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U.
S.), 40, 1796-1798 (2007).
Thomas Breiner, Klaus Kreger, Rainer Hagen, Michael
Haeckel, Lothar Kador, Axel H. E. Mueller, Edward J. Kramer and Hans-Werner Schmidt, Blends of Poly(methacrylate) Block Copolymers with Photoaddressable Segments,
Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 2100-2108
(2007).
Gila E. Stein, Edward J. Kramer, Xuefa Li and Jin Wang,
Layering Transitions in Thin Films of Spherical-Domain
Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U.
S.), 40, 2453-2460 (2007).
Julia J. Chiu, Bumjoon J. Kim, Gi-Ra Yi, Joona Bang, Edward J. Kramer and David J. Pine, Distribution of Nanoparticles in Lamellar Domains of Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 3361-3365 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson and Edward J.
Kramer, Analysis of Reaction Kinetics of End-Functionalized Polymers at a PS/P2VP Interface by DSIMS, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 40, 3686-3694 (2007).
Gila E. Stein, Won Bo Lee, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Edward
J. Kramer, Xuefa Li and Jin Wang, Thickness Dependent
Ordering in Laterally Confined Monolayers of Spherical-Domain Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC,
U. S.), 40, 5791-5800 (2007).
Joona Bang, Bumjoon J. Kim, Gila E. Stein, Thomas P.
Russell, Xuefa Li, Jin Wang, Edward J. Kramer and Craig J.
Hawker, Effect of Humidity on the Ordering of PEO-Based
Copolymer Thin Films, Macromolecules (Washington, DC,
U. S.), 40, 7019-7025 (2007).
Sung Chan Park, Bumjoon J. Kim, Craig J. Hawker, Edward J. Kramer, Joona Bang and Jeong Sook Ha, Controlled
Ordering of Block Copolymer Thin Films by the Addition of
Hydrophilic Nanoparticles, Macromolecules (Washington,
DC, U. S.), 40, 8119-8124 (2007).
A. Hexemer, V. Vitelli, E. J. Kramer and G. H. Fredrickson, Monte Carlo study of crystalline order and defects on
weakly curved surfaces, Phys. Rev. E, 76, 051604(1-12)
(2007).
Tanya L. Chantawansri, Angust W. Bosse, Alexander Hexemer, Hector D. Ceniceros, Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera, Edward J. Kramer and Glenn H. Fredrickson, Self-consistent
field theory simulations of block copolymer assembly on a
sphere, Phys. Rev. E: Stat., Nonlinear, Soft Matter Phys, 75,
031802/1-031802/17 (2007).
G. E. Stein, E. J. Kramer, X. Li and J. Wang, Single crystal
diffraction from two-dimensional block copolymer arrays,
Phys. Rev. Lett, 98, 086101 (2007).
G. E. Stein, E. W. Cochran, K. Katsov, G. H. Fredrickson,
E. J. Kramer, X. Li and J. Wang, Symmetry breaking of inplane order in confined copolymer mesophases, Phys. Rev.
Lett, 98, 158302 (2007).
Chuanbing Tang, Michael Dimitriou, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Edward J. Kramer and Craig J. Hawker, Synthesis and
morphology of ABC triblock copolymers containing styrene
and 4-vinylpyridine, PMSE Prepr, 96, 313-314 (2007).
Craig J. Weinman, Sitaraman Krishnan, Daewon Park,
Marvin Y. Paik, Kaiming Wong, Daniel A. Fischer, Dale L.
Handlin, Greg L. Kowalke, Dean E. Wendt, Karen E. Sohn,
Edward J. Kramer and Christopher K. Ober, Antifouling
block copolymer surfaces that resist settlement of Barnacle
Larvae, PMSE Prepr, 96, 597-598 (2007).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Howker
and Edward J. Kramer, Morphological consequences of assembling surfactant nanoparticles on block copolymer interfaces, Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Polym. Chem.),
48, 733 (2007).
L. Andruzzi, G. Schwake, J. O. Rädler, K. E. Sohn, T. E.
Mates and E. J. Kramer, Cellular microarrays by chemically
amplified constructive microlithography, Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering, 96, 10-11 (2007).
Luisa Andruzzi, Bert Nickel, Gerlinde Schwake, Joachim
O. Raedler, Karen E. Sohn, Thomas E. Mates and Edward J.
Kramer, Bio-selective surfaces by chemically amplified constructive microlithography, Surf. Sci, 601, 4984-4992 (2007).
Joseph B. Edson, Zhigang Wang, Edward J. Kramer and
Geoffrey W. Coates, Fluorinated Bis(phenoxyketimine)titanium Complexes for the Living, Isoselective Polymerization
of Propylene: Multiblock Isotactic Polypropylene Copolymers via Sequential Monomer Addition, J. Am. Chem. Soc,
130, 4968-4977 (2008).
John A. Finlay, Sitaraman Krishnan, Maureen E. Callow,
James A. Callow, Rong Dong, Nicola Asgill, Kaiming
Wong, Edward J. Kramer and Christopher K. Ober, Settlement of Ulva Zoospores on Patterned Fluorinated and PEGylated Monolayer Surfaces, Langmuir, 24, 503-510 (2008).
Jeffrey M. Rose, Fanny Deplace, Nathaniel A. Lynd, Zhigang Wang, Atsushi Hotta, Emil B. Lobkovsky, Edward J.
Kramer and Geoffrey W. Coates, C2-symmetric Ni(II)-diimines featuring cumyl-derived ligands: Synthesis of improved elastomeric regioblock polypropylenes, Macromolecules, 41, 9548-9555 (2008).
E. Sivaniah, J. Genzer, A. Hexemer, E. J. Kramer, M. L.
Xiang, X. Li, C. K. Ober and S. Magonov, Non-planar surface organization of dendrons in side-chain modified liquid
crystalline block copolymers, Macromolecules, 41, 99409945 (2008).
Easan Sivaniah, Shinya Matsubara, Yue Zhao, Takeji
Hashimoto, Kenji Fukunaga, Edward J. Kramer and Tom E.
Mates, Symmetric Diblock Copolymer Thin Films on Rough
Substrates: Microdomain Periodicity in Pure and Blended
Films, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41, 25842592 (2008).
Chuanbing Tang, Joona Bang, Gila E. Stein, Glenn H. Fredrickson, Craig J. Hawker, Edward J. Kramer, Michael
Sprung and Jin Wang, Square Packing and Structural Arrangement of ABC Triblock Copolymer Spheres in Thin
Films, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41, 43284339 (2008).
Bumjoon J. Kim, Glenn H. Fredrickson and Edward J.
Kramer, Effect of Polymer Ligand Molecular Weight on
Polymer-Coated Nanoparticle Location in Block Copolymers, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41, 436-447
(2008).
Kathleen E. Feldman, Matthew J. Kade, Tom F. A. de
Greef, E. W. Meijer, Edward J. Kramer and Craig J. Hawker,
Polymers with Multiple Hydrogen-Bonded End Groups and
Their Blends, Macromolecules (Washington, DC, U. S.), 41,
4694-4700 (2008).
C. K. Ober, R. Dong, A. Rastogi, C. J. Weinman, M. Tanaka, M. Hemmelmann, E. N. Chiang, D. Park, Y. Yi, M. Y.
Paik, S. Nad, N. Smith, D. L. Handlin, C. L. Willis, E. J.
Kramer, B. A. Baird and H. D. Abruna, Polymer brushes as
responsive materials for the biology-material interface, Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering, 99, 109-110
(2008).
C. Tang, E. M. Lennon, G. H. Fredrickson, E. J. Kramer
and C. J. Hawker, Evolution of block copolymer lithography
to highly ordered square arrays, Science, 322, 429-432
(2008).
Karen E. Sohn, Surface effects on the structure of block
copolymer and homopolymer thin films. (D)
LANGE, FREDRICK F. (b.1939) Professor. B.S,
1961, Rutgers University; Ph.D, 1965, Pennsylvania
State University. Temporary Scientific Officer, 19651967, AERE Harwell, England. Materials Chemistry.
Our research is motivated by the need to understand at a
molecular level the fabrication and functions of new catalysts, adsorbents, porous ceramics, and heterogeneous
polymers. These broad categories of technologically important materials are linked by their crucial dependencies
on local order/disorder, which often governs macroscopic process or device performance. TEL: (805) 893-8248
FAX: (805) 893-8486
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
No publication information submitted for this edition.
LEAL, L. GARY (b.1943) Professor & Chair. B.S,
1965, University of Washington; M.S, 1968, Stanford
University; Ph.D, 1969, Stanford University. NSF Fellowship, 1969-1970, Cambridge University. Chemical
Engineering; Polymer Science. Our research is currently
focused on two general areas: first, the dynamics of complex fluids such as polymeric liiquids, liquid crystals, liquid crystalline polymers, and colloidal suspensions; second, nonlinear and surfactant-induced phenomena in
flows involving interfacial deformations. TEL: (805)
893-8510 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Fabio Baldessari, G. M. Homsy and L. Gary Leal, Linear
stability of a draining film squeezed between two approaching droplets, J. Colloid Interface Sci, 307, 188-202 (2007).
Marcos Borrell and L. Gary Leal, Interfacial Activity of
Polymer-Coated Gold Nanoparticles, Langmuir, 23, 1249712502 (2007).
D. Harley Klein, L. Gary Leal, Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera
and Hector D. Ceniceros, Ericksen number and Deborah
number cascade predictions of a model for liquid crystalline
polymers for simple shear flow, Phys. Fluids, 19, 023101/1023101/19 (2007).
Yosang Yoon, Adam Hsu and L. Gary Leal, Experimental
investigation of the effects of copolymer surfactants on flowinduced coalescence of drops, Phys. Fluids, 19, 023102/1023102/16 (2007).
Yosang Yoon, Fabio Baldessari, Hector D. Ceniceros and
L. Gary Leal, Coalescence of two equal-sized deformable
drops in an axisymmetric flow, Phys. Fluids, 19, 102102/1102102/24 (2007).
Hongbo Zeng, Boxin Zhao, Yu Tian, Matthew Tirrell, L.
Gary Leal and Jacob N. Israelachvili, Transient surface patterns during adhesion and coalescence of thin liquid films,
Soft Matter, 3, 88-93 (2007).
Marcos Borrell and L. Gary Leal, Viscous coalescence of
expanding low-viscosity drops; the dueling drops experiment, J. Colloid Interface Sci, 319, 263-269 (2008).
Adam S. Hsu, Anshuman Roy and L. Gary Leal, Drop-size
effects on coalescence of two equal-sized drops in a head-on
collision, J. Rheol. (Melville, NY, U. S.), 52, 1291-1310
(2008).
LUCAS, GLENN E. (b.1951) Professor and Executive
Vice Chancellor. B.S, 1973, UC Santa Barbara; Sc.D,
1978, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Chemical
Engineering. Our research interests currently fall broadly
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into three categories: composite materials for aerospace
applications, fusion reactor materials, radiation embrittlement of light water reactor steels. TEL: (805) 8932126 FAX: (805) 893-7712
Web: www.me.ucsb.edu/dept_site/people/
new_faculty_pages/lucas_page.html
Email: [email protected]
No publication information submitted for this edition.
MCFARLAND, ERIC W. (b.1957) Professor. M.S,
1982, University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D, 1987,
M.I.T; M.D, 1988, Harvard Medical School. Chemical
Physics; Materials Science. Micro and mesoscale studies
of complex systems with magnetic resonance and scanning probe technology. Combinatorial chemistry; chemelectrical sensors. TEL: (805) 893-4343 FAX: (805) 8934731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Gil-Pyo Kim, Seung-Bum Yoon, Young-Soo Jung, JaeHoon Ahn, Sung-Hyeon Baeck, Alan Kleiman-Schwarsctein
and Eric W. McFarland, Fabrication of nanoparticles supported on metal oxides by PS-PVP block copolymer encapsulation method, Diffus. Defect Data, Pt. B, 119, 17-20
(2007).
Yong-Sheng Hu, Alan Kleiman-Shwarsctein, Arnold J.
Forman, Daniel Hazen, Jung-Nam Park and Eric W. McFarland, Pt-Doped ␣-Fe2O3 Thin Films Active for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Chem. Mater, 20, 3803-3805
(2008).
Hongfei Lin, Wei Tang, Alan Kleiman-Shwarsctein and
Eric W. McFarland, Oxygen Electroreduction on Gold-Cobalt Oxide Binary Nanocluster Catalysts, J. Electrochem.
Soc, 155, B200-B206 (2008).
Wei Tang, Hongfei Lin, Alan Kleiman-Shwarsctein, Galen
D. Stucky and Eric W. McFarland, Size-Dependent Activity
of Gold Nanoparticles for Oxygen Electroreduction in Alkaline Electrolyte, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 10515-10519 (2008).
Alan Kleiman-Shwarsctein, Yong-Sheng Hu, Arnold J.
Forman, Galen D. Stucky and Eric W. McFarland, Electrodeposition of ␣-Fe2O3 Doped with Mo or Cr as Photoanodes for
Photocatalytic Water Splitting, J. Phys. Chem. C, 112,
15900-15907 (2008).
MITRAGOTRI, SAMIR (b.1971) Professor. B.S,
1992, Univ. of Bombay; Ph.D, 1996, MIT. Postdoctoral
Research Assoc, 1996-98, Harvard. Biomaterials. Our
primary research objective is to develop novel methods
of drug delivery in order to provide patient-friendly and
easy-to-use means of disease management. Development
of novel drug delivery methods is contingent upon our
ability to control the transport of desired bio-molecules
in the tissues against the naturally exerted forces by tissues arising form steric, chemical, and physical interactions of bio-molecules with the tissues. TEL: (805) 8937532 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Anh-Tuan Dinh, Chinmay Pangarkar, Theo Theofanous
and Samir Mitragotri, Understanding intracellular transport
processes pertinent to synthetic gene delivery via stochastic
simulations and sensitivity analyses, Biophys. J, 92, 831-846
(2007).
Sejal S. Hall, Samir Mitragotri and Patrick S. Daugherty,
Identification of Peptide Ligands Facilitating Nanoparticle
Attachment to Erythrocytes, Biotechnol. Prog, 23, 749-754
(2007).
Pankaj Karande, Amit Jain, Anubhav Arora, Moon Jean
Ho and Samir Mitragotri, Synergistic effects of chemical enhancers on skin permeability: A case study of sodium lauroylsarcosinate and sorbitan monolaurate, Eur. J. Pharm. Sci,
31, 1-7 (2007).
Elizabeth Chambers and Samir Mitragotri, Long circulating nanoparticles via adhesion on red blood cells: mechanism
and extended circulation, Exp. Biol. Med. (Maywood, NJ, U.
S.), 232, 958-966 (2007).
Julie A. Champion, Yogesh K. Katare and Samir Mitragotri, Particle shape: A new design parameter for micro- and
nanoscale drug delivery carriers, J. Controlled Release, 121,
3-9 (2007).
Samir Mitragotri, Temperature dependence of skin permeability to hydrophilic and hydrophobic solutes, J. Pharm. Sci,
96, 1832-1839 (2007).
Julie A. Champion, Yogesh Katare and Samir Mitragotri,
Shape-induced inhibition of phagocytosis by macrophages,
PMSE Prepr, 96, 76-77 (2007).
Julie A. Champion, Yogesh K. Katare and Samir Mitragotri, Making polymeric micro- and nanoparticles of complex
shapes, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A, 104, 11901-11904
(2007).
Anubhav Arora, Itzhak Hakim, Joy Baxter, Ruben Rathnasingham, Ravi Srinivasan, Daniel A. Fletcher and Samir
Mitragotri, Needle-free delivery of macromolecules across
the skin by nanoliter-volume pulsed microjets, Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci. U. S. A, 104, 4255-4260 (2007).
Makoto Ogura, Sumit Paliwal and Samir Mitragotri, Low-
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frequency sonophoresis: Current status and future prospects,
Adv. Drug Delivery Rev, 60, 1218-1223 (2008).
Anh-Tuan Dinh, Chinmay Pangarkar and Samir Mitragotri,
Biochemical engineering: understand discrete nanoscale
transport, Chem. Eng. Prog, 104, 62-68 (2008).
Pankaj Karande, Amit Jain and Samir Mitragotri, Multicomponent formulations of chemical penetration enhancers,
Dermatol., Cosmeceutic, Cosmet. Dev, 505-516 (2008).
Apostolos G. Doukas, Sumit Paliwal and Samir Mitragotri,
Pressure waves for transdermal drug delivery, Dermatol.,
Cosmeceutic, Cosmet. Dev, 557-576 (2008).
Kathryn Whitehead, Natalie Karr and Samir Mitragotri,
Discovery of synergistic permeation enhancers for oral drug
delivery, J. Controlled Release, 128, 128-133 (2008).
Silvia Muro, Carmen Garnacho, Julie A. Champion, John
Leferovich, Christine Gajewski, Edward H. Schuchman, Samir Mitragotri and Vladimir R. Muzykantov, Control of Endothelial Targeting and Intracellular Delivery of Therapeutic
Enzymes by Modulating the Size and Shape of ICAM-1-targeted Carriers, Mol. Ther, 16, 1450-1458 (2008).
Kathryn Whitehead and Samir Mitragotri, Mechanistic
Analysis of Chemical Permeation Enhancers for Oral Drug
Delivery, Pharm. Res, 25, 1412-1419 (2008).
Kathryn Whitehead, Natalie Karr and Samir Mitragotri,
Safe and Effective Permeation Enhancers for Oral Drug Delivery, Pharm. Res, 25, 1782-1788 (2008).
Julie A. Champion, Amanda Walker and Samir Mitragotri,
Role of Particle Size in Phagocytosis of Polymeric Microspheres, Pharm. Res, 25, 1815-1821 (2008).
PETERS, BARON (b.1976) Assistant Professor. B.S,
1999, University of Missouri—Columbia; Ph.D, 2004,
University of California—Berkeley. Postdoctoral Researcher, 2004-2006, MIT; Postdoctoral Researcher,
2006-2007, Centre Europeen Computation Atmoics Moleculaire. Chemical Engineering. The kinetics of nucleation, electron transfer, and catalytic reactions depend on
the properties of short-lived and rarely-visited transition
states that cannot be directly observed in experiments.
We gain insight into the properties of transition states using molecular simulation and electronic structure theory.
TEL: (805) 893-6131 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu
Email: [email protected]
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SCOTT, SUSANNAH L. (b.1967) Professor. B.Sc,
1987, University of Alberta; Ph.D, 1991, Iowa State University. N.A.T.O. Postdoctoral Fellow, 1992-1994, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Lyon, France;
Miller Visiting Professor, 2001, Univeristy of California,
Berkeley. Catalysis; Environmental Chemistry. Interactions and transformations of molecules on surfaces; fabrication and characterization of uniform active sites using organometallic chemistry, coordination chemistry
and surface science; spectroscopy, kinetics, mechanistic
analysis and modeling to investigate, design and reengineer heterogeneous catalysts; in situ and operando spectroscopy; X-ray absorption spectroscopy; reactions of environmental mercury. TEL: (805) 893-5606 FAX: (805)
893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Anthony W. Moses, Heather D. Leifeste, Naseem A. Ramsahye, Juergen Eckert and Susannah L. Scott, Supported Re
catalysts for metathesis of functionalized olefins, Chem. Ind.
(Boca Raton, FL, U. S.), 115, 13-22 (2007).
Anthony W. Moses, Christina Raab, Ryan C. Nelson,
Heather D. Leifeste, Naseem A. Ramsahye, Swarup Chattopadhyay, Juergen Eckert, Bradley F. Chmelka and Susannah
L. Scott, Spectroscopically Distinct Sites Present in Methyltrioxorhenium Grafted onto Silica-Alumina, and Their Abilities to Initiate Olefin Metathesis, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 129,
8912-8920 (2007).
Udayshankar G. Singh, Jun Li, Joseph W. Bennett, Andrew M. Rappe, Ram Seshadri and Susannah L. Scott, A Pddoped perovskite catalyst, BaCe1-xPdxO3-␦, for CO oxidation,
J. Catal, 249, 349-358 (2007).
Joseph W. Bennett, Ram Seshadri, Susannah L. Scott and
Andrew M. Rappe, First-principles modeling of BaCeO3:
structure and stabilization of O vacancies by Pd-doping, Los
Alamos Natl. Lab., Prepr. Arch., Condens. Matter, 1-6
(2007).
Ritu Ahuja, Sabuj Kundu, Alan S. Goldman, Maurice
Brookhart, Brian C. Vicente and Susannah L. Scott, Catalytic
ring expansion, contraction, and metathesis-polymerization
of cycloalkanes, Chem. Commun. (Cambridge, U. K.), 253255 (2008).
Susannah L. Scott, Brian C. Peoples, Cathleen Yung, Rene
S. Rojas, Vikram Khanna, Hironari Sano, Toru Suzuki and
Fumihiko Shimizu, Highly dispersed clay-polyolefin nanocomposites free of compatibilizers, via the in situ polymerization of ␣-olefins by clay-supported catalysts, Chem.
Commun. (Cambridge, U. K.), 4186-4188 (2008).
Jun Li, Udayshankar G. Singh, Thomas D. Schladt, Judith
K. Stalick, Susannah L. Scott and Ram Seshadri, Hexagonal
YFe1-xPdxO3-␦: Nonperovskite Host Compounds for Pd2+ and
Their Catalytic Activity for CO Oxidation, Chem. Mater, 20,
6567-6576 (2008).
Susannah L. Scott, Anqiu Fu and Leonard A. MacAdams,
Effect of silica type and grafting method on the reactivity of
tetraneopentylchromium(IV) towards and on silica, Inorg.
Chim. Acta, 361, 3315-3321 (2008).
Cori A. Demmelmaier, Rosemary E. White, Jeroen A. van
Bokhoven and Susannah L. Scott, Nature of ⯗SiOCrO2Cl and
(⯗SiO)2CrO2 Sites Prepared by Grafting CrO2Cl2 onto Silica,
J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 6439-6449 (2008).
THEOFANOUS, THEOFANIS G. (b.1942) Profes-
SEBORG, DALE E. (b.1941) Professor. B.S, 1964,
ZASADZINSKI, JOSEPH A. (b.1958) Professor.
B.S, 1980, California Institute of Technology; Ph.D,
1985, University of Minnesota. Postdoctoral Member of
Technical Staff, 1984-1986, AT&T Bell Laboratories,
Murray Hill, NJ. Chemical Engineering; Materials Science. Tranmission electron microscopy studies of order,
organization and structure in polymer and surfactant solutions; gel and liquid crystals; scanning tunneling and
atomic force microscopy of Langmuir-Blodgett film, optical microscopy of lipid and protein. TEL: (805) 8934769 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
University of Wisconsin; Ph.D, 1969, Princeton University. Chemical Engineering. My research group is concerned with the development of improved techniques for
process control, system identification, and process monitoring. It is widely recognized that automation and process control play a crucial role in making modern industrial plants more efficient and competitive in the international marketplace. The current revolution in information
technology offers exciting opportunities for a greatly improved understanding of industrial processes and process
performance. TEL: (805) 893-3352 FAX: (805) 8934731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Jon C. Gunther, Jeremy S. Conner and Dale E. Seborg,
Fault Detection and Diagnosis in an Industrial Fed-Batch
Cell Culture Process, Biotechnol. Prog, 23, 851-857 (2007).
Wendy C. Bevier, Howard Zisser, Cesar C. Palerm, Daniel
A. Finan, Dale E. Seborg, Francis J. Doyle, III, Alison Okada
Wollitzer and Lois Jovanovic, Calculating the insulin to carbohydrate ratio using the hyperinsulinaemic-euglycaemic
clamp—a novel use for a proven technique, Diabetes/Metab.
Res. Rev, 23, 472-478 (2007).
Gianni Marchetti, Massimiliano Barolo, Lois Jovanovic,
Howard Zisser and Dale E. Seborg, A feedforward-feedback
glucose control strategy for type 1 diabetes mellitus, J. Process Control, 18, 149-162 (2008).
SHELL, M. SCOTT (b.1978) Assistant Professor.
B.S, 2000, Carnegie Mellon University; Ph.D, 2005,
Princeton University. Chemical Engineering. Our research focuses on several problems in contemporary biophysics and condensed matter theory, using modern tools
of statistical mechanics and molecular simulation:
(1)folding and design principles in proteins; (2) peptide
structure, association, and transport; (3) the interplay of
structure, kinetics, and thermodynamics in liquids and
glasses; and (4) robust approaches to free energy calculations and molecular design. TEL: (805) 893-4346 FAX:
(805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu
Email: [email protected]
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SQUIRES, TODD M. (b.1973) Assistant Professor.
B.S, 1995, UCLA; Ph.D, 2002, Harvard. Postdoctoral
Scholar, 2003-2005, Calif. Institute of Technology.
Chemical Engineering. Fluid mechanics and transport
science are classic subjects that are of paramount importance to some of the most exciting areas of modern research, including microfluidics, soft condensed matter,
materials science, complex fluids, and biotechnology.
These fields are highly interdisciplinary, and require a
broad but solid grounding in classical continuum and statistical mechanics, as well as an ability to think intuitively, physically, and creatively about a diverse range of
phenomena. TEL: (805) 893-7383 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
Publication list has not been verified by the department.
Max Narovlyansky, George M. Whitesides and Todd M.
Squires, Zone sculpting using partitioned electrokinetic injections, Appl. Phys. Lett, 91, 203511/1-203511/3 (2007).
Prashant K. Purohit, Mandar M. Inamdar, Paul D. Grayson, Todd M. Squires, Jane Kondev and Rob Phillips, Forces
during bacteriophage DNA packaging and ejection. [Erratum
to document cited in CA142:332684], Biophys. J, 93, 705
(2007).
Todd M. Squires, Nonlinear Microrheology: Bulk Stresses
versus Direct Interactions, Langmuir, 24, 1147-1159 (2008).
Todd M. Squires, Robert J. Messinger and Scott R. Manalis, Making it stick: convection, reaction and diffusion in surface-based biosensors, Nat. Biotechnol, 26, 417-426 (2008).
Aditya S. Khair and Todd M. Squires, Fundamental aspects of concentration polarization arising from nonuniform
electrokinetic transport, Phys. Fluids, 20, 087102/1-087102/
20 (2008).
Todd M. Squires, Electrokinetic flows over inhomogeneously slipping surfaces, Phys. Fluids, 20, 092105/1-092105/
10 (2008).
Marcus Roper, Todd M. Squires and Michael P. Brenner,
Symmetry unbreaking in the shapes of perfect projectiles,
Phys. Fluids, 20, 093606/1-093606/13 (2008).
sor. B.S, 1965, National Technical University, Athens,
Greece; Ph.D, 1969, University of Minnesota. Chemical
Engineering. Multiphase flow and heat transfer; risk assessment and management; chemical and nuclear plant
safety. TEL: (805) 893-4900 FAX: (805) 893-4731
Web: www.chemengr.ucsb.edu/
Email: [email protected]
No publication information submitted for this edition.
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Cecile Boyer and Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Multiple Lipid
Compartments Slow Vesicle Contents Release in Lipases and
Serum, ACS Nano, 1, 176-182 (2007).
Andreas Braun, Patrick C. Stenger, Heidi E. Warriner, Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Karen W. Lu and H. William Taeusch,
A freeze-fracture transmission electron microscopy and small
angle X-ray diffraction study of the effects of albumin, serum, and polymers on clinical lung surfactant microstructure,
Biophys. J, 93, 123-139 (2007).
Patrick C. Stenger and Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Enhanced
surfactant adsorption via polymer depletion forces: a simple
model for reversing surfactant inhibition in acute respiratory
distress syndrome, Biophys. J, 92, 3-9 (2007).
Frans J. Walther, Alan J. Waring, Mark A. Sherman, Joseph A. Zasadzinski and Larry M. Gordon, Hydrophobic Surfactant Proteins and Their Analogues, Neonatology, 91, 303310 (2007).
Patrick C. Stenger, Stephen G. Isbell and Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Molecular weight dependence of the depletion attraction and its effects on the competitive adsorption of lung surfactant, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, Biomembr, 1778, 2032-2040
(2008).
Guohui Wu, Alexander Mikhailovsky, Htet A. Khant, Caroline Fu, Wah Chiu and Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Remotely
Triggered Liposome Release by Near-Infrared Light Absorption via Hollow Gold Nanoshells, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 130,
8175-8177 (2008).
Patrick C. Stenger, Guohui H. Wu, Eva Y. Chi, Shelli L.
Frey, Ka Yee C. Lee, Jaroslaw Majewski, Kristian Kjaer and
Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Competitive adsorption of lung surfactant and serum proteins at the air-liquid interface: a grazing incidence X-ray diffraction study, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp.
Proc, 1027 (2008).
Patrick C. Stenger, Omer M. Palazoglu and Joseph A. Zasadzinski, The mechanism of chitosan enhanced lung surfactant adsorption at the air-liquid interface in the presence of
serum proteins, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc, 1061 (2008).
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