Nam receives NSF CAREER Award

SungWoo Nam.
SungWoo Nam.
MechSE assistant professor SungWoo Nam has received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his research titled Corrugated Graphene Superlattice Structures by Strain-induced Shrink Nanomanufacturing. 
The CAREER Award is given to faculty members at the beginning of their academic careers and is one of NSF’s most competitive awards, placing emphasis on high-quality research and novel education initiatives.
Nam's research program at Illinois is focused on multifunctional engineered nanomaterials and devices. In particular, his laboratory focuses on nano-engineering graphene and two-dimensional materials-based nanostructures and devices for multifunctionality.
To read the abstract or find out more about this award, visit the National Science Foundation site.