June 2017 – We welcome two new undergraduates, Anthony and Jing, to the group!
March 2017 – Graduate student Jason Madinya receives the prestigious NSF GRFP. Congratulations, Jason, to receiving this well-deserved honor!
March 2017 – The Sing group goes to the APS meeting in New Orleans. Kate and Tyler give their first talks at a major conference!
February 2017 – The Sing group saved the world from the evil Artificial Intelligence!
February 2017 – Prof. Sing has received a NSF CAREER award for “Developing the design rules of charge sequence to inform polymer self-assembly”!
October 2016 – Kate Dahlke and Tyler Lytle have both received travel awards. Congratulations, Kate and Tyler!
October 2016 – We welcome Jason Madinya and Charlie Young to the group!
June 2016 – Mithun has accepted a job as an Asst. Prof. at IIT Gandhinagar. Congratulations, Mithun!
June 2016 – Jason has joined our group for the summer as a student in the Summer Pre-Doctoral Institute. Welcome, Jason!
May 2016 – Michael Marvin has earned his Masters degree and will be working at Hyland Software. Congratulations, Michael!
November 2015 – The Sing group has a potluck. We have fun.
October 2015 – Kate Dahlke wins the 1st place poster prize at the UIUC ChBE Graduate Student Symposium! Congratulations, Kate!
July 2015 – Our new paper on complex coacervates is out in Macromolecules.
May 2015 – Congratulations to Prof. Sing’s PhD advisor Alfredo Alexander-Katz for getting tenure at MIT!
March 2015 – The research group goes bowling!
March 2015 – Prof. Sing and Mithun talk about charge correlations at interfaces and complex coacervates at the APS March Meeting in San Antonio.
January 2015 – Prof. Sing is chosen as one of the 30 under 30 for science!
November 2014 – The first group members start off with a potluck at Prof. Sing’s house – welcome to Mithun, Kate, Tyler, and Michael!
June 2014 – Prof. Sing’s postdoctoral work on Li-ion battery membranes and block copolyelectrolytes published in Nature Materials as a cover article. See press release from Northwestern University here. This work was also featured in Physics Today and the MRS Bulletin!
August 2014 – The Sing research group is officially open for business!