LABS

Biomaterials Labs

Saad Bhamla

School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Ultrafast biophysics at single-cell and organism scales. Extreme biological soft matter physics. Frugal tools for global challenges

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Jennifer Curtis

School of Physics

Cell-cell and cell-matric interactions, especially those that underlie cell migration; immuno-engineering to overcome bacterial infections.

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Alper Erturk

School of Mechanical Engineering

Smart structures and materials for for bio-inspired energy harvesting and actuation

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Surya R. Kalidindi

School of Computational Science and Engineering

Mechanics of materials; composition and manufacturing of materials

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Martha A Grover

School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Molecular and atomic scale design of molecules; molecular modeling to predict macroscale properties

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Kimberly Kurtis

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Development of sustainable and resilient building materials, especially concrete

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David McDowell

School of Materials Science and Engineering

Mechanics of materials and materials design

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Jason Nadller

Georgia Tech Research Institute

The development of biologically inspired materials using  transport, interfacial and mechanical property optimization through hierarchical materials  design.

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Richard Neu

School of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanics & degradation of materials

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Ben Wang

Materials Science & Engineering

Use of emerging technologies for new new materials; nanomaterials science

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Center for Biologically Inspired Design
(CBID) at Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0230