• Antal I. Jakli
    Professor and Director of CPIP
    330-672-4886
    Chemical Physics, Liquid Crystal Physics, Biomaterials, ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, Soft Matter, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology, Chemical Sciences, Materials Science, sensing (responsive) and flexible materials, fabric research
  • Phil Bos
    Professor
    330-672-2511
    Liquid Crystals, Applications, Displays, Optical Components, Sensors, Chemical Physics, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology, Physical Sciences, Design, modeling and processes for liquid crystal based optical devices, processes and modeling of electrically controllable, non-mechanical lenses and optical beam steering devices, Materials, processes and modeling on Pancharatnam phase devices, processes related to azodye-based photo alignment
  • Liang-Chy Chien
    Professor
    330-672-3827
    Liquid Crystal Materials, Liquid Crystal Alignment, Displays, Spatial Light Modulators, Flexible Displays, Electronic Papers, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology, Physical Sciences, Chemical Physics
  • Barry Dunietz
    Associate Professor
    330-672-8401
  • Torsten Hegmann
    Professor, Ohio Research Scholar, and Director of AMLCI
    201E Liquid Crystals & Materials Science Building
    330-672-7770
    Liquid Crystals, Nanoparticles, Nanocomposites, Drug Delivery, Chemical Synthesis, Nanomaterials, nanoscale chirality, magnetic nanomaterials and brain drug delivery, liquid crystal sensors
  • Elda Hegmann
    Assistant Professor
    330-672-1584
    polymer liquid crystals, liquid crystal elastomers, 3D scaffolds, microspheres, cell proliferation, biodegradable, biocompatible, star copolymers, reactive mesogens, microemulsions, photopolymerization, artificial muscles, amphiphilic surfactants
  • Dr. Mietek Jaroniec
    Professor
    330-672-3790
    adsorption, adsorbents, catalysts, chemical separations, chemistry of materials, interfacial chemistry, mesoporous materials, nanomaterials for energy applications, nanomaterials for environmental applications, nanoporous materials, ordered nanostructures, photocatalysts, self-assembled nanomaterials
  • Portrait of Arkaprabha Konar
    Assistant Professor
    (330) 672-2034
  • Edgar Koojiman
    Associate Professor
    330-672-8568
    Biological Sciences, Lipid Membranes, Lipid Droplets, Lipid Storage, Membrane Structure, Lipid Signaling, Perilipins
  • Oleg Lavrentovich
    Trustees Research Professor
    330-672-4844
    Liquid Crystals, Lyotropic Liquid Crystals, Sensors, Electrophoresis, 3-D Imaging, sensing (responsive) and flexible materials, Soft Matter, active matter, biosynthetic material
  • Quan Li
    Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow
    330-672-1537
    Liquid Crystalline Materials, Renewable Solar Energy, Energy-Saving Device, Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors, Nanotechnology, responsive and flexible materials, Nanoparticles, organic electronics and semiconductors, nanostructured materials, development of intelligent viable materials and devices by nanotechnology approach, to generate and save sustainable energy and for dynamic nanophotonic applications
  • Björn Lüssem
    Associate Professor
    330-672-2246
    Organic Electronics, Semiconductor Science, Organic Transistors, Organic Photovoltaics, organic light-emitting diodes, Flexible Electronics, Organic Semiconductors, organic sensors
  • Elizabeth Mann
    Professor
    330-672-9750
    Surfaces, Langmuir Layers, Thin Films, surfactants, Phase Separation, Lipid, liquid crystalline, and macromolecular films at interfaces, transport, Pattern Formation, formation, orientation, surface and line tensions; line active agents, Lipid Droplets
  • Dr. Hanbin Mao
    Professor
    330-672-9380
    Chemistry, Folded DNA, Molecular Biology, Microfluidics, Single Molecules, Biosensors, Lab-On-A-Chip, DNA nanoassembly, DNA origami, single-molecule device, single-molecule biosensing
  • Michael Model
    Research Assistant Professor
    330-672-0774
    Apoptosis, cell physiology, Techniques in optical microscopy, Aspects of apoptosis, drug screening, membrane channels, etc, Quantitative Fluorescence, 3D Image Restoration, Microscopy, Confocal, necrosis, Optics, intracellular potassium, Cell volume regulation
  • Peter Palffy-Muhoray
    Professor
    330-672-2604
    Liquid Crystal, Optics & Photonics, Statistical Physics, Nanoparticles, Metamaterials
  • Dr. Thorsten-Lars Schmidt in his lab
    Assistant Professor
    330-672-0356
  • Robin Selinger
    Professor
    330-672-1582
    Liquid Crystal, Computational Materials Science, Theory And Simulation, Soft Matter Theory, K-12 Outreach, responsive materials, active matter
  • Jonathan Selinger
    Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar
    330-672-4875
    Soft Materials, Liquid Crystals, Statistical Mechanics, Geometry and Elasticity, Acoustic And Thermal Imaging, Lipid Membranes, polymers, topological defects, Chirality, flexoelectricity, diffusion, lipid microstructures, nanoparticle suspensions and other soft materials, connections between fundamental statistical mechanics and technological applications
  • Sergij Shiyanovskii
    Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow
    330-672-1576
  • Samuel Sprunt
    Professor
    330-672-2682
    Physics, Soft Matter, Light Scattering, Liquid Crystal, Mesomorphic, Phase Translation
  • John L West
    Trustees Research Professor
    330-672-2581
    Liquid Crystals
  • Deng-Ke Yang
    Professor
    330-672-2565
    Liquid Crystal, Liquid Crystal Polymer, Display, Chirality, Phase Transition, liquid crystal display, cholesteric liquid crystal, switchable window, polymer stabilization, reflective display, optical film
  • Hiroshi Yokoyama
    Professor and Ohio Research Scholar
    330-672-2633
    Soft Matter, engineering, nanofabrication, micro- and nano-optical devices, ultrafine inkjet technology, scanning probe microscopy, micro- and nano-structures in liquid crystals and soft matter, nanofabrication and nanocharacterization techniques using scanning probe and photonic effects, self-assembly, micro- and nano-bubbles and foam structures