"THE BRAIN is wider than the sky."
- by Emily Dickinson

Principle Investigator
Ning Wu
B. Eng. 2001, National University of Singapore
M. Eng. 2003, National University of Singapore
Ph. D. 2008, Princeton University
Postdoc. 2008-2010, Harvard University

441 Alderson Hall
1500 Illinois St
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO 80401
Tel: 303-273-3702
Email: ningwuATmines.edu
Ph. D Students

Jingjing Gong
M. Sc. Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2011
B. Sc. Chemical Engineering, Zhejiang University, 2010

Project: Electric-Field Assisted Coating of Nanostructures

Fuduo Ma
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, 2010

Project: Direct-assembly of Asymmetric Colloidal Particles under External Electric Fields


ChiXia Tian (co-advised with Prof. Steve Boyes)
B. Sc. Polymeric Materials and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2009

Project: Synthesis of Colloidal Emulsifier


Sijia Wang
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Zhejiang University, 2010

Project: Synthesis and Propulsion of Stimuli-responsive Micro-motors


Yang Guo (co-advised with Prof. Keith Neeves)
M. Sc. Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2013
B. Sc. Chemical Engineering, China University of Petroleum, 2010

Project: Colloidal Transport in Porous Media


Tao Yang (co-advised with Prof. David Marr)
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University, 2013

Project: Fabrication and Folding of Complex Colloidal Molecules under the Influence of Applied External Fields


Xingfu Yang
M. Eng. Chemical Engineering, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2013
B. Eng. Biological Engineering, Sichuan University, 2010

Project: Directed-assembly of Colloidal Molecules with Flexible Bonds

  Kelley Heatley
B. S. Chemical Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2014.

Project: In- and Out-of-equilibrium of Colloidal Clusters with Broken Symmetry
Undergraduate Students
Cory Cline
sophomore, Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Richard Ortiz
junior, Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Taylor Peters
junior, Chemical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines