Materials

The creation of new types of solids and liquids by rational and targeted design, or by incorporating basic principles of biomineralization, occupies several of the CCB groups. Nanowires, thin films, photonic circuitry, regulatory networks, liquid-repellent surfaces, thermally reversible materials, and soft robots all are under investigation in CCB.

Materials Faculty

Professor Aizenberg

Joanna Aizenberg

Amy Smith Berylson Professor of Materials Science
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Cynthia  Friend

Cynthia Friend

Theodore William Richards Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Materials Science
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
Roy Gordon

Roy Gordon

Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Emeritus
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
A headshot of Eric Heller

Eric Heller

Abbott and James Lawrence Professor of Chemistry
Professor of Physics
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Charles Lieber

Charles Lieber

Joshua and Beth Friedman University Professor
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
Mason, Jarad

Jarad Mason

Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Daniel G. Nocera

Daniel G. Nocera

Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Professor Hongkun Park

Hongkun Park

Mark Hyman Jr. Professor of Chemistry
Professor of Physics
(Accepting Graduate Students)
George Whitesides

George Whitesides

Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)
A headshot of Suyang Xu wearing a black sweater, looking directly at the camera

Suyang Xu

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
(Accepting Graduate Students)