SURFI Team with Biomed Team 2017/18

Droplet on Anisotropic Surface

In our new study described in article entitled “The most stable state of a droplet on anisotropic patterns: Support for a missing link,” surface tension and capillary forces were measured for water droplets in contact with anisotropic hydrophobic patterns made … Read More »

NIH R21 Funding

Prof. Jeremy Goldman and Prof. Jaroslaw Drelich are the principal investigators on a new one-year project entitled “Exploratory Research to Suppress Intimal Hyperplasia by Controlling Zinc Implant Biodegradation” awarded with $217,791 by the US National Institute of Health (NIH). Read More »

SI Volume 6 Issue 1-2

We are glad to share with you the content of the 1st issue of 2018 of Surface Innovations with twelve papers on surface phenomena and innovations. Read More »

Bioabsorbable Stents Bioabsorbable Stents
We search for new biodegradable alloys that could revolutionize cardiovascular stent industry.
Antibacterial Materials Antibacterial Materials
We invented new inexpensive antibacterial material and explore its potential applications in water filtration, food packaging, and many others.
RHX Ceramic Dating RHX Ceramic Dating
We study the rates of rehydration and rehydroxylation processes for fired clay-based ceramics as a tool for dating ceramic archeological artifacts.
Smart Surfaces Smart Surfaces
We architecture nanostructures, nanotubes, and molecular layers to control wetting or other properties of surfaces.
Mineral and Materials Processing Mineral and Materials Processing
We have a long tradition of development and testing physical separation technologies for selective recovery of minerals from ores, plastics from waste, and cellulose fibers from wastepaper.


Professor Jaroslaw (Jarek) Drelich

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