Mu-Ping Nieh, Ph.D.
Thermodynamics, kinetics, lipid self-assemblies, molecular transfer between nanoparticles, interaction between fluorophores and host matrices
Rm 304, IMS,
97 N. Eagleville Rd.,
Storrs, CT 06269, USA
BS, National Taiwan University
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts (1998)
His current research group is seeking for the fundamental understanding of thermodynamics and kinetics, which leads to uniform nanostructures of self-assemblies applicable for the use of biomedical, sensing and energy materials.
More information about current projects can be found at:
Google Scholar Citations Link
- A. Hu, T.-H. Fang, J. Katsaras, Y. Xia, M. Li, M.-P. Nieh “Lipid-Based Nanodiscs as Models for Studying Mesoscale Coalescence – A Transport Limited Case“ Soft Matter (ASAP) – Front Cover.
- Y. Liu, Y. Yang, M.-P. Nieh “The Effects of Temperature, Salinity, Concentrations and PEGylated Lipid on the Spontaneous Nanostructures of Bicellar Mixtures“ Biochim. Biophys. Acta. – Biomembr 18381871–1880 (2014).
- X. Sun, Y. Liu, S. Mopidevi, Y. Meng, F. Huang, J. Parisi, M.-P. Nieh, C. Cornelius, S. L. Suib, Y. Lei “Super-hydrophobic “smart” sand for buried explosive detection” Sensors and Actuators, B 195, 52-57 (2014).
- M. Li, H. H. Morales, J. Katsaras, N. Kučerka, Y. Yang, P. M. Macdonald, M.-P. Nieh “Morphological Characterization of DMPC/CHAPSO Bicellar Mixtures: A Combined SANS and NMR Study“ Langmuir29, 15943−15957 (2013).
- H.-S. Jang, Y. Wang, Y. Lei, M.-P. Nieh “Controllable Formation of Pyrene (C16H10) Excimers in Polystyrene/Tetrabutylammonium Hexafluorophosphate Films through Solvent Vapor and Temperature Annealing” J. Phys. Chem. – C. 117, 1428−1435 (2013).