Jennifer Lewis

Jennifer Lewis

Hansjorg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering
Jennifer Lewis

Research Interests

The Lewis Lab focuses on the directed and self-assembly of soft functional materials. By bringing together expertise in materials synthesis, complex fluids, microfluidics, robotics, biology and assembly, we are designing and patterning functional materials with controlled composition and architecture on multiple length scales. Specifically, we are creating novel materials that may find potential application as printed electronics, optical materials, lightweight structures, and 3D microvascular architectures for cell culture and tissue engineering.

Related Publications

Ahn, BY, and JA Lewis. 2014. Amphiphilic silver particles for conductive inks with controlledwetting behavior, Materials Chemistry and Physics 148: 686-691.PDF

Compton, BG, and JA Lewis. 2014. 3D-Printing of Lightweight Cellular Composites, Advanced Materials 26: 5930-5935. PDF

Muth, JT, DM Vogt, RL Truby, Y Menguc, DB Kolesky, RJ Wood, and JA Lewis. 2014. Embedded 3D Printing of Strain Sensors within Highly Stretchable Elastomers, Advanced Materials 26: 6307-6312.PDF

Lessing, J, AC Glavan, SB Walker, C Keplinger, JA Lewis, and GM Whitesides. 2014.Inkjet Printing of Conductive Inks with High Lateral Resolution on Omniphobic "R F Paper" for Paper-Based Electronics and MEMS, Advanced Materials 26: 4677-4682.PDF

Kolesky, DB, RL Truby, AS Gladman, TA Busbee, KA Homan, and JA Lewis. 2014. 3D Bioprinting of Vascularized, Heterogeneous Cell-Laden Tissue Constructs, Advanced Materials 26: 3124-3130.PDF


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