Two new publications

The DREAM Lab has two new publications out today.

Kamran’s work on skin-inspired ice-phobic surfaces has been published in Advanced Functional Materials. He’s developed a metallic system that can repel ice, survive impact, and even keep its temperature substantially warmer than the ambient.

Check out Skin-Inspired Nanofluid-Filled Surfaces with Tunable Icephobic, Photothermal, and Energy Absorption Properties


Mohammad’s work on fabrics that can transport rain/sweat to keep the wearer dry and comfortable has been published in Materials Horizons. He’s used wettability engineering and textile science to move liquid long distances within a fabric, keeping the user comfortable.

Check out Surface-engineered double-layered fabrics for continuous, passive fluid transport