Purdue University

Members

Integrated expertise from materials to patient care.

Bryan Boudouris

Polymer Synthesis and Characterization

The Boudouris group develops novel syntheses of radical-containing polymers to enable novel functionalities in plastics. Bryan has been a member of the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering since 2011 and holds the Robert and Sally Weist Associate Professor chair.

Letian Dou

Perovskite Synthesis and Device Fabrication

The Dou group develops syntheses perovskite and polymer-peroskite hybrid materials to enable novel electronic and sensing functionalities. Letian has been a member of the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering since 2017.

Allison Godwin

Eductional Integration and Evaluation

The Godwin STRIDE (Shaping Transformative Research on Identity and Diversity in Engineering) group examines what factors influence diverse students to choose engineering and stay in engineering through their careers and how different experiences within the practice and culture of engineering foster or hinder belongingness and identity development. Godwin has been a member of the School of Engineering Education since 2014.

Chi Hwan Lee

Wearable Electronics

The Lee group develops cutting-edge fabrication techniques for implementing soft electronics into wearable biomedical devices. Chi-Hwan has held a joint appointment in the schools of Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering since 2015.

Georgia Malandraki

Patient Monitoring and Outreach

The Malandraki group focuses on using advanced imaging and monitoring to understand and evaluate the neurorehabilitation paradigms and teledynamic monitoring strategies. Georgia has been a member of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences since 2014.

Jianguo Mei

Polymer Synthesis and Device Fabrication

The Mei group synthesizes novel semiconducting polymers for applications in implantable-electronics. Jianguo has been a member of the Purdue School of Chemistry since 2014.

Brett Savoie

Computational Design and Methods Development

The Savoie group develops high-throughput physics-based and machine-learning methods for materials design. Brett has been a member of the Davidson School of Chemical Engineering since 2017.