MSE's Matthew Yankowitz has received the Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award from the Army Research Office. The award will support Matt’s research developing new experimental techniques to control the properties of van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures using high pressure.
MSE researchers have demonstrated solid-state laser refrigeration of nanoscale sensors.
Grad student Samantha Phan, a researcher with Professor Christine Luscombe's group, was named to the 2020 Husky 100.
MSE's outstanding labs manager, Tatyana Galenko, was recognized with a 2020 FACET Award.
MSE student's start up wins a prize in the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge.
The abundance of tiny microplastic contaminants in Pacific oysters is much lower than previously thought.
An innovative device in development by MSE researchers will use UV and IR light to help minimize the spread of disease by disinfecting common surfaces.
The College of Engineering has pulled together resources to help our community navigate changes to learning, teaching and working.
Professor Bruce Hinds' lab, working with the UW Center for Dialysis Innovation, has invented a system to regenerate the cleaning water in dialysis using nanowires of photocatalyst.
Professors Liu, Yang work with Nobel laureates to build a better battery for electric vehicles.
MSE congratulates Dylan Faherty (B.S. ’17) for winning the Trailblazer award from the NASA Spaceflight Awareness Directorate, an arm of NASA dedicated to outreach and recognition for support of manned spaceflight activities.
Four MSE faculty members are among the most influential researchers in the world, according to the annual Highly Cited Researchers list published by the Web of Science Group.
MSE is proud to announce that Assistant Professor Matthew Yankowitz was a finalist for the Blavatnik Regional Award for Young Scientists. Yankowitz was recognized for his groundbreaking experimental work with a new class of two-dimensional materials known as van der Waal (vdW) materials.
MSE associate professor Peter Pauzauskie and a team of researchers that have developed a method that could make reproducible manufacturing at the nanoscale possible.
Ph.D. student Sarthak Jariwala and colleagues have developed a way to illuminate strain in lead halide perovskite solar cells
Through student project-turned-startup MedsForAll, MSE alum Shawn Swanson is developing an affordable alternative to the EpiPen.
Meet three of our grad students, part of the largest cohort of grad students in department history.
The University of Washington-Tohoku University: Academic Open Space (UW-TU:AOS) will hold a workshop to introduce a new synchrotron facility under construction at Tohoku University and slated to open in 2023. The workshop will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019, from 1:00pm-5:00pm, in the Allen Library Petersen room.
MSE researchers Shuai Zhang and James J. De Yoreo and their collaborators have authored a study, published in Nature, on engineering proteins onto non-biological surfaces. Their study provides a foundation for understanding how protein-crystal interactions can be systematically programmed, and sets the stage for designing novel protein-inorganic hybrid materials.
Dr. Nancy Allbritton has been named the next Frank & Julie Jungers Dean of the College of Engineering.
MSE's Xaiodong Xu has coauthored a paper on the visualization of the electronic structure in a microelectronic device.The research, published in Nature, opens up opportunities for finely tuned, high-performance electronic devices.
At the culminating event at our 2019 MatCamp for high schoolers, a group of distinguished industry professionals and MSE academics talked about their professional journeys.
MSE is excited to announce the promotion of Tatyana Galenko to Labs Manager. Mentored by the previous manager, Tatyana has amassed seven years of experience in the labs. Her skills and enthusiasm will continue to make the labs an important learning tool for MSE undergraduates.
Meet the winners of the 2019 MSE awards. The MSE annual awards recognize academic achievement, service, and mentorship/teaching.