The Solomon research group works on micro-scale characterization of complex interactions in materials such as polymers, colloids and microbial biofilms. The projects in our group aim to understand how such interactions mediate a material’s self-assembly, microstructural and rheological properties. We use coordinated methods of 3D confocal microscopy, rheometry, light scattering and image processing to correlate macroscopic properties of soft matter to their micro-scale features.
Joanne won the First Place in the Graduate Student Competition in Micro-biointerface Research at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting ! – Congratulations Joanne !
Tianyu Liu has joined the group as a first year PhD student to work on colloidal structural color (Oct 2019) – Welcome Tianyu !
Alice Sneha George has joined the group as a MS student to work on active matter studies (Oct 2019) – Welcome Alice !
Prof. Michael J. Solomon Graduate Student Offices
NCRC B10-A151 NCRC B20-116W
Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor, MI
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