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2022 Nanoday! Poster Award Winners

Posted by on Monday, November 7, 2022 in News.

Congratulations to the 2022 NanoDay! competition winners! More than 220 faculty, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students attended the 22nd annual Nanoscience/Nanotechnology Forum on November 4th. A record-breaking 72 posters were presenting during the event; the winners are listed below.

1st place poster session award winner Mariah Bezold.
1st place poster session award winner Mariah Bezold.

1st Place:

Mariah Bezold, Biomedical Engineering (Duvall): Shear-thinning, Nanoparticle-based Hydrogels as an Injectable Delivery Platform for Repair of Chronic Diabetic Skin Wounds

2nd Place:

Marsalas Whitaker, Biomedical Engineering (Giorgio): Affinity Purification of Small Vesicles using Bio-Functionalized Magnetic Particles

Elena Kovalik,  Interdisciplinary Materials Science (Valentine): Low Power Structural Color Tuning in a-Si Dielectric Metasurface via Li-ion insertion

3rd Place

Joseph Matson, Interdisciplinary Materials Science (Caldwell): Shear Polaritons in Monoclinic Crystals

Shanay Desai, undergraduate, Biomedical Engineering (King): Evaluating the Mechanisms of Yoda1 Sensitization of TRAIL-Mediated Apoptosis in Glioblastoma Cells

Alex Stoneman, undergraduate, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (Lang): Development of alpha beta TCR Mechanosensory Tools and Simulations

Interdisciplinary Materials Science 10 Week Rotation Poster Winners

Rahul Shah (Kidambi): Graphene transfer onto polymeric substrate: effect of temperature and pressure

Soren Smail (Weiss): SARS-CoV2 Detection using Peptide-functionalized Ring Resonators

Fan Favorite Award

Nathan Spear, Interdisciplinary Materials Science (Macdonald/Haglund): Enhancement of Third Harmonic Generation via harmonic plasmon coupling in Au/CuS nanoparticle films


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