Haberer Lab, Fall 2013
NEWS & Events
Prof. Haberer to participate in 21st Annual STEM Conference for 8th grade girls sponsored by the
Redlands Branch of AAUW
Graduate student, Chung Hee Moon, to give oral presentation at
2015 Materials Research Society Spring Meeting
Bio-Directed Assembly of Functional One-Dimensional ZnO Nanostructures
Prof. Haberer presents invited talk at Physical Virology Gordon Research Conference.
Chung Hee Moon's work on bio-templated H
sensors is accepted for publication in Applied Physics Letters. Well done, Chung Hee!
Shahriar Zaman's manuscript is accepted for publication in Journal of Applied Physics. Good job, Shahriar!
Shahriar Zaman's Applied Physics Express manuscript is accepted. Congrats, Shahriar!
Congratulations to Yiran Yan on passing her Ph.D. Qualifying Exam.
Congratulations to Dr. Mohammed Shahriar Zaman on completing his Ph. D. dissertation defense!
Joshua Plank joins the Haberer Lab. Welcome, Josh!
Prof. Haberer awarded ONR grant to examine nanomaterial assembly using a shape-modified viral template.
Prof. Haberer receives a Regents' Faculty Fellowship to support research in the area of viral-based materials assembly.
Prof. Haberer (PI) & Prof. Morikis receive funding from UCR Collaborative Seed Grant Program to initiate studies of viral protein conformational change.
Prof. Haberer (PI) & Prof. Myung are awarded ECCS NSF grant to investigate phage-based, whispering gallery mode optical biosensors.
Chung Hee Moon is awarded a Dissertation Year Program fellowship! Congratulations!
Recent work on viral-templated hydrogen sulfide gas sensors completed by Chung Hee Moon and collaborators from Prof. Myung's research group highlighted by IOP on
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