Profiles in "Additive Manufacturing" Expertise Area

  • Wang aims to bridge the nanoscience and biotechnology in research. His primary research interests have been in nanofabrication, 3D printing, nanophotonics, nanopores, and biosensing.
  • Nian's research interests include additive manufacturing, laser-based manufacturing and material processing, laser matter interaction and physics simulation, and functional materials for energy storage and bio-sensors.
  • Dhruv's interests lie in Additive Manufacturing, cellular materials, and bio-inspired design.
  • Chen's research interests focus on advanced manufacturing technologies, including 3D printing, nanoimprinting and nano-transfer printing, for emerging applications in the areas of photonics, energy and biomedical engineering.
  • Dr. Ladani is a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Arizona State University.
  • Li focuses on multi-scale nanocomposite printing with bioinspired design methodologies and programmable functional materials for potential applications in microfluidic devices, biomedical devices and flexible sensors.