Woehl, Taylor J.
Maryland Energy Innovation Institute
Materials Science and Engineering
Nanoscale and Biomolecular Assembly Lab
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2013
B.S., Ceramic Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, 2009
HONORS AND AWARDS
- 2017 Ralph E. Powe Jr. Faculty Award, ORAU
- 2016 Research and Scholarship Award (RASA), University of Maryland
- 2014 NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship
- 2014 NIST MML Accolade award for service
- 2013 Zuhair Munir award for best dissertation in the College of Engineering, University of California, Davis
Nanomaterial assembly, nucleation, protein aggregation, in situ electron microscopy, plasmonics and tunable optical materials, electrokinetics, active matter and collective behavior, radiation chemistry.
1.) Formation mechanisms, chemical kinetics, and thermodynamics of nanocrystal formation.
2.) Directed assembly of colloids, nanoparticles, and proteins in electric fields. Electrohydrodynamic fluid flows for low sheer removal of protein aggregates from biopharmaceuticals.
3.) Stability of biopharmaceuticals, new microscopy methods for detecting and quantifying sub-visible and sub-micron particles.
4.) Mesoscale aggregation and phase separation in highly concentrated protein and nanocrystal suspensions.
5.) New optical and electron microscopy tools for nanomaterials and protein aggregate characterization.
Thermodynamics II (CHBE 302): Fall 2016, 2017
Mass and Energy Balances (CHBE 101): Spring 2018, 2019
Engineering of Colloidal Nanoparticle Systems (TBD): Fall 2019
T.J. Woehl and P. Abellan, "Defining the Radiation Chemistry during Liquid Cell Electron Microscopy to Enable Visualization of Nanoparticle Growth and Degradation Dynamics," Journal of Microscopy 265, 2017, 135-147.