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Woo Lee

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Prof. Woo Lees research involves self-assembly, nanomaterials, biomaterials, and microfluidics. He uses an array of state-of-the-art tools such as soft-lithography, inkjet printing, and layer-by-layer and evaporative self-assembly to create new materials and devices. The applications of his research include development of infection-resistant implant surfaces, nanomaterial printing for miniature energetic and energy storage devices, and development of 3D tissue models for studying the systematic interactions of drugs, nanomaterials, biomaterials, and pathogens with the human body.

Prof. Woo Lee is George Meade Bond Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, and teaches both Chemical Engineering and Materials Science students.

He also directs the Center for MicroChemical Systems. He is Fellow of the American Ceramic Society, and a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Materials Research Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has published more than 80 journal papers, and received seven U.S. patents.

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Patents:
6808760Method for preparing .alpha-dialuminium trioxide nanotemplates
7238420Alpha Al2O3 NanoTemplates
Selected Publications:
Y. Gu, X. Chen, J.-H. Lee, D. Monteiro, H. Wang, and W.Y. Lee. (2012). Inkjet-Printed Antibiotic- and Calcium-Eluting Bioresorbable Nanocomposite Micropatterns for Orthopaedic Implants, Acta Biomaterialia, (8), 424-431
J.-H. Lee, Y. Gu, H. Wang, and W. Y. Lee. (2012). Microfluidic 3D Bone Tissue Model for High-Throughput Evaluation of Wound-Healing and Infection-Preventing Biomaterials, Biomaterials. (33), 999-1006
H. Qiu, V. Stepanov, T. Chou, A. Surapaneni, A. R. Di Stasio, and W.Y. Lee. (2012). Single-Step Preparation and Formulation of HMX Nanocrystals, Powder Technology, (226), 235-238
A. C. Ihnen, A.M. Petrock, T. Chou, B.E. Fuchs, and W.Y. Lee. (2012). Organic Nanocomposite Structure Tailored by Controlling Droplet Coalescence during Inkjet Printing, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, (4), 4691−4699
D. Kong, L.T. Le, Y. Li, J.L. Zunino, and W.Y. Lee. (2012). Temperature-Dependent Electrical Properties of Graphene Inkjet-Printed on Flexible Materials, Langmuir, (28), 13467−13472
Collaborators:
Adeniyi LawalMatthew LiberaHongjun Wang
Svetlana Sukhishvili

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Contact Information:
B-308B Burchard Building
wlee@stevens.edu
Phone:201.216.8307
Fax:201.216.8306

Department:
Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
Research Center:
New Jersey Center for MicroChemical Systems (NJCMCS) / Center for Healthcare Innovation
Laboratory:
Woo Lee's Group: Nano-Micro-Bio

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