September 15, 2020
Chao-Min Huang and Sebastian Sensale join our research team
Dr. Chao-Min Huang and Dr. Sebastian Sensale join our lab as a Postdoctoral Fellows. Chao-Min obtained his PhD degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University working with Prof. Carlos Castro and Prof. Haijun Su. In his PhD, he developed a new CAD software for designing complex and…
July 20, 2020
Arya lab part of NSF-MRSEC center
Arya lab is now part of the NSF-funded materials research center at UCSD. He and his team will build computational tools for understanding, predicting, and designing nanoscale building blocks that dynamically assemble into complex mesoscale architectures with novel and emergent properties
May 25, 2020
Arya lab awarded a DOE grant
Arya lab along with the Tao and Ye labs at UC Merced and Emory have been awarded a DOE grant to develop new ways to steer the self-assembly pathways of complex hierarchical DNA structures through interfacial interactions.
March 31, 2020
NSF graduate research fellowship to Marcello
Many congratulations to Marcello DeLuca for getting awarded the prestigious NSF graduate research fellowship!
February 15, 2020
Jiuling's work gets accepted for publication in Nanoscale
Jiuling's work on kinetic assembly of binary systems of nanoparticles leading to fractal networks with diverse morphologies just got accepted for publication in Nanoscale. Congrats, Jiuling!
January 9, 2020
New collaborative paper in PNAS
Jiuling's collaborative paper with the Delaire group just got accepted for publication in PNAS! This work demonstrates for the first time that the ultralow thermal conductivity of the superionic conductor AgCrSe2 arises from strong phonon anharmonicity and disorder in the Ag sublattice. Many…
November 19, 2019
Ze's work just got accepted for publication in NAR
Ze's work on elucidating the molecular-thermodynamic basis of salt-actuated reconfigurable DNA nanodevices just got accepted for publication in Nucleic Acids Research. Congrats, Ze!
October 29, 2019
Supercomputing award on Anton-2
Joshua's project on viral DNA packaging just got awarded 110,000 SUs on Anton-2, the world's fastest supercomputer for performing MD simulations. Congrats, Josh!!!
October 15, 2019
Marcello's review article gets accepted for publication
Marcello's review article mapping out the recent progress and continuing challenges in dynamic DNA nanotechnology just got accepted for publication in Nanoscale Horizons. Congrats, Marcello!
August 23, 2019
Review article accepted for publication
A review article that Gaurav co-wrote with Dario Meluzzi on computational approaches for inferring 3D conformations of chromatin from Hi-C data just got accepted for publication in Methods. Congrats!
August 20, 2019
Joshua's walker-B work just got accepted for publication
Joshua's new paper on functional dissection of a viral DNA packaging machine's Walker-B motif (in collaboration with Catalano, Feiss, and Smith labs) just got accepted for publication in JMB. Congrats, Josh!
August 16, 2019
Brian's new paper on nanoparticle assembly appears online
Brian's new paper elucidating the orientational phase behavior of polymer-grafted nanocubes just appeared online in Nanoscale! Congrats, Brian!
August 1, 2019
Another grant awarded to Arya lab
Arya lab is awarded the prestigious NSF DMREF grant to develop robotic nanodevices that can sense their microenvironment and to assemble the devices into larger systems capable of transmitting sensed signals or driving macroscopic collective behaviors. This work will be carried out in…
July 15, 2019
Arya lab is awarded an EFRI grant
Arya lab is awarded a prestigious Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI) grant from NSF to develop DNA based nanodevices for chromatin targeting, visualization, and engineering (in collaboration with researchers at Ohio State, U Penn, and U Strasbourg).
June 1, 2019
Megan Ogle joins our lab
Megan Ogle joins our lab as a summer research volunteer through the REU program. She is currently a junior at UNC Charlotte, where she is pursuing a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. She will work with Joshua on the viral DNA packaging project. Welcome to Duke!