Boudouris, Bryan William

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Hydrogel Soft Contact Lenses as Eye Health Monitoring Wearables
  1. Biotechnology
  2. Biomedical Engineering
Lee, Chi Hwan
A Lower-cost, Lower-energy, Carbon Dioxide Sensor
  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Rhoads, Jeffrey Frederick
A Nonconjugated Radical Polymer Glass with High Electrical Conductivity
  1. Micro & Nanotechnologies
  2. Chemical Engineering
Boudouris, Bryan William
Fabrication of Conductive Polymer-Based Igniters via the Use of a Doctor Blading
  1. Mechanical Engineering
Rhoads, Jeffrey Frederick
A New Method for 3D Nanoscale Continuous Printing
  1. Micro & Nanotechnologies
  2. Mechanical Engineering
Xu, Xianfan
Erasable and Curable Ink and Ink Delivery Device
  1. Chemical Engineering
Boudouris, Bryan William
Solution Based Synthesis of Copper-Arsenic-Chalcogen Derived Nanoparticles
  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
Agrawal, Rakesh
Polymer Swab Detects Explosive Residue
  1. Micro & Nanotechnologies
Beaudoin, Stephen P


Dr. Bryan Boudouris is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and the head of the Polymers for Optoelectronic and Widespread Energy Research (POWER) Laboratory at Purdue University. He received his B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2014, Dr. Boudouris received the Teach for Tomorrow Award from Purdue, in 2013, Dr. Boudouris was selected to take part in the NAE's Fifth Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium as an Invited Participant, and in 2012, he received the DARPA Young Faculty Award, the Ralph W. and Grace M. Showalter Research Trust Award, and the AFOSR Young Investigator Program Awardee. His research examines how the macromolecular design of polymers affects the nanoscale structure of the materials.

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