Dr. Donglee Shin

Donglee Shin, PhD

Assistant Professor

(Personal Website)


 

Research Areas:

  • Soft Matter
  • Surface and Colloid Science
  • Materials and Nanotechnology
  • Biomimetics
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  • Shin D., Huang T., Neibloom D., Bevan M. A., Frechette J., “Multifunctional Liquid Marble Compound Lenses”, ACS applied materials and interfaces, 2019, 11, 34478-34486.
  • Shin D., Choi W.T., Lin H., Qu Z., Breedveld V., Meredith J. C., “Humidity-tolerant rate-dependent capillary viscous adhesion of bee-collected pollen fluids”, Nature Communications, 2019, 10(1), 1379.
  • Yin T., Shin D., Frechette J., Colosqui C.E., Drazer G., “Dynamic effects on the mobilization of a deposited nanoparticle by a Moving Liquid-Liquid Interface”, Physical Review Letters, 2018, 121(23), 238002.
  • Shin D., Meredith J.C., “Influence of surface topography on dry and wet adhesion”, Advances in Polymer Science, 2017, 284, 19-50.
  • Goodwin W.B.*, Shin D.*, Sabo D., Zhang Z.J., Meredith J. C., Sandhage K.H., “Tunable multimodal adhesion of three-dimensional, nano-crystalline CoFe2O4 Pollen Replicas”, Bioinspiration and Biomimetics, 2017, 12(6), 066009 (* Authors contributed equally).
  • Lin H., Allen M. C., Wu J., deGlee B. M., Shin D., Cai Y., ... and Meredith, J. C., “Bioenabled core/shell microparticles with tailored multimodal adhesion and optical Reflectivity”, Chemistry of Materials, 2015, 27(21), 7321-7330.
  • Kim M. H., Iwuchukwu I. J., Wang Y., Shin D., Sanseverino J., and Frymier P., “An analysis of the performance of an anaerobic dual anode-chambered microbial fuel cell”, Journal of Power Sources, 2011, 196(4), 1909-1914.
  • Shin D., Neibloom D., Bevan M. A., Frechette J., “Artificial Mosquito “Compound Eye” Lens with Tunable Multifunctionality By Liquid-Based Assembly Process.”, AIChE Annual Meeting, 2019, Orlando, FL.
  • Shin D., Huang T., Neibloom D., Bevan M. A., Frechette J., “Bio-inspired Compound Eye with Tunable Multifunctionality by Multiphase Colloidal Assembly.”, ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, 2019, Atlanta, GA.
  • Shin D., Meredith J.C., “Multiphase Bee-collected Pollen Adhesives with Rate-tunable and Humidity-protective Functionality.”, ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, 2019, Atlanta, GA.
  • Shin D., Frechette J., “Morphogenic inspired assembly using particle-stabilized emulsions”, ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, 2018, State College, PA.
  • Shin D., “Lessons from Nature.”, The 19th Mid-Atlantic Soft Matter Workshop, 2018, College Park, MD.
  • Shin D., Meredith J.C., “Bioinspired multiphase humidity- and rate-dependent capillary adhesives.”, AIChE Annual Meeting, 2016, San Francisco, CA.
  • Shin D., Lin H., Meredith J.C., “Influence of pollen surface morphology on the wet adhesion.”, Soft Matter Lunch and Posters, 2016, Atlanta, GA.
  • Shin D., Lin H., Meredith J.C., “Influence of pollen surface morphology on the pressure sensitive adhesion.”, 2015 Pressure Sensitive Tape Council, 2015, Baltimore, MD
  • Shin D., Lin H., Meredith J.C., “Influence of fine-scale surface morphology of micro-particle on wet adhesive mechanism.”, AIChE Annual Meeting, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Shin D., Goodwin W.B., Sandhage K.H., Meredith J.C., “Multicomponent magnetic pollen replicas: micro/nanostructured 3-D particles with tunable short- and long-Range (multimodal) interactions”, Gordon Research Conferences, 2014, Newry, ME
  • Shin D., Goodwin W.B., Sandhage K.H., Meredith J.C., “Quantitative analysis of iron oxide pollen replica short- and long-range interaction.”, AIChE Annual Meeting, 2014, Atlanta, GA
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