Research Recognition

Front cover feature article for the August issue of Small -- Large-Field-of-View Wide-Spectrum Artificial Reflecting Superposition Compound Eyes (2014)

Front cover feature article for the August issue of Chemistry of Materials -- Thin Film Receiver Materials for Deterministic Assembly by Transfer Printing (2014)

Frontispiece feature article for the July issue of Advanced Functional Materials -- Materials and Designs for Wireless Epidermal Sensors of Hydration and Strain (2014)

Front cover feature article for the June issue of Advanced Materials -- Materials, Designs, and Operational Characteristics for Fully Biodegradable Primary Batteries (2014)

Front cover feature article for the May issue of Advanced Healthcare Materials -- Capacitive Epidermal Electronics for Electrically Safe, Long-Term Electrophysiological Measurements (2014)

Prof. Rogers elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2014)

Frontispiece feature article for the April issue of Advanced Optical Materials -- Silicon-Based Visible-Blind Ultraviolet Detection and Imaging Using Down-Shifting Luminophores (2014)

Front cover feature article for the April issue of Advanced Materials -- 25th Anniversary Article: Materials for High-Performance Biodegradable Semiconductor Devices (2014)

Prof. Rogers receives an Honorary Professorship from Fudan University (2014)

Frontispiece feature article for the March issue of Advanced Optical Materials -- Materials Selections and Growth Conditions for Large-Area, Multilayered, Visible Negative Index Metamaterials Formed by Nanotransfer Printing (2014)

In This Issue highlight article for the February issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA -- Conformal Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting and Storage From Motions of the Heart, Lung, and Diaphragm (2014)

Frontispiece feature article for the February issue of Advanced Functional Materials -- Dissolvable Metals for Transient Electronics (2014)

Inside front cover feature article for the January issue of Advanced Healthcare Materials -- Stretchable, Multiplexed pH Sensors With Demonstrations on Rabbit and Human Hearts Undergoing Ischemia (2014)

Editors at the Smithsonian select transient electronics as the "Coolest Science of 2013" -- Smithsonian.com (2013)

Editors at Nature select Rogers group research on digital 'fly's eye' cameras as one of the top ten stories of 2013 (2013)

Inside front cover feature article for the December issue of Advanced Materials -- Materials and Optimized Designs for Human-Machine Interfaces Via Epidermal Electronics (2013)

Prof. Rogers elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (2013)

Wireless, cellular-scale injectable optoelectronics for the brain is cited as one of the Top 100 Scientific Developments of 2013 -- Discover magazine (2013)

Cover feature article for the November issue of Advanced Energy Materials -- Light Trapping in Ultrathin Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Cells (2013)

Cover feature article for the November issue of Nature Protocols -- Fabrication and Application of Flexible, Multimodal Light-Emitting Devices for Wireless Optogenetics (2013)

Prof. Rogers receives an Honoris Causa Doctorate from the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) (2013)

Cover feature article for the August issue of Advanced Energy Materials -- Doubling the Power Output of Bifacial Thin-Film GaAs Solar Cells by Embedding Them in Luminescent Waveguides (2013)

Professor Rogers named a permanent member of the Center for Advanced Study at University of Illinois, the highest form of academic recongition that can be bestowed on a member of the faculty (2013)

Frontispiece feature article for the May issue of Advanced Materials -- Multifunctional Epidermal Electronics Printed Directly Onto the Skin (2013)

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive the Robert Henry Thurston Award from the American Society for Mechanical Engineers (2013)

Article highlighted on part of the cover of the May issue of Nature -- Digital Cameras With Designs Inspired by the Arthropod Eye (2013)

Cover feature article for the March issue of Advanced Materials -- Imprintable, Bendable, and Shape-Conformable Polymer Electrolytes for Versatile-Shaped Lithium-Ion Batteries (2013)

Frontispiece feature article for the March issue of Advanced Materials -- Electronically Programmable, Reversible Shape Change in Two- and Three-Dimensional Hydrogel Structures (2013)

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive the Mid-Career Researcher Award from the Materials Research Society (2013)

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive a Swanlund Chair, the highest endowed position at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign (2012)

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive a Director's Tranformative Research Award from the National Institutes of Health (2012)

Paper titled "Mechanics of Hemispherical Electronics" selected by the Editors at Applied Physics Letters as one of the most notable papers in recent years, for highlight in the 50th anniversary edition of the journal (2012)

Cover feature article for the September issue of Science -- A Physically Transient Form of Silicon Electronics (2012)

Inside cover feature article for the September issue of Small -- Materials and Designs for Wirelessly Powered Implantable Light-Emitting Systems (2012)

Cover feature article for the August issue of Nanotechnology -- Silicon Nanomembranes for Fingertip Electronics (2012)

Cover feature article for the July issue of Small -- Stretchable Semiconductor Technologies with High Areal Coverages and Strain-Limiting Behavior: Demonstration in High-Efficiency Dual-Junction GaInP/GaAs Photovoltaics (2012)

Cover feature article for the June issue of Small -- High-Efficiency, Microscale GaN Light-Emitting Diodes and Their Thermal Properties on Unusual Substrates (2012)

Semprius' World Record Photovoltaic Modules Selected for the TR10 Award, as One of the Most Promising Emerging Technologies of 2011, by MITs Technology Review Magazine (2012)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Wulff Lecturer, MIT (2012)

Cover feature article for the April issue of IEEE Photonics -- Microscale Inorganic Light-Emitting Diodes on Flexible and Stretchable Substrates (2012)

Cover feature article for the March issue of Advanced Functional Materials -- Gecko-Inspired Controllable Adhesive Structures Applied to Micromanipulation (2012)

Cover feature article for the March issue of MRS Bulletin -- Materials for Stretchable Electronics (2012)

Cover feature article for the March issue of Small -- Imbricate Scales as a Design Construct for Microsystem Technologies (2012)

Cover feature article for the February issue of Advanced Materials -- Silk-Based Conformal, Adhesive, Edible Food Sensors (2012)

Prof. Rogers is selected to Nature's 10, a collection of ten scientists who mattered in 2011

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Judd Lecturer, University of Utah (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Nyquist Lecturer, Yale University (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the ASU Distinguished Scholar and Lecturer, Arizona State University (2011)

Cover feature article for the September issue of Nature Materials -- Epitaxial Growth of Three-Dimensionally Architectured Optoelectronic Devices (2011)

Frontispiece feature article for the November issue of Advanced Materials -- Interfacial Thermal Conductance of Transfer-Printed Metal Films (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Eastman Lecturer, University of Akron Polymer Science Program (2011)

Cover feature article for the August issue of Laser Focus World -- Large-area Flexible 3D Optical Negative Index Metamaterial Formed by Nanotransfer Printing (2011)

Cover feature article for the August 11 issue of Advanced Functional Materials -- Fabrication of Releasable Single-Crystal Silicon-Metal Oxide Field-Effect Devices and Their Deterministic Assembly on Foreign Substrates (2011)

Cover feature article for the July issue of Nature Nanotechnology -- Large-area Flexible 3D Optical Negative Index Metamaterial Formed by Nanotransfer Printing (2011)

Cover feature article for the June 21 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA -- Unusual Strategies for Using Indium Gallium Nitride Grown on Silicon (111) for Solid-State Lighting (2011)

Feature image article for the June issue of Nature Communications -- Flexible Concentrator Photovoltaics Based on Microscale Silicon Solar Cells Embedded In Luminescent Waveguides (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the 2011 recipient of the Lemelson-MIT Prize for innovation (2011)

Inside cover feature article for the July 12 issue of Advanced Materials -- Stretchable Inorganic-Semiconductor Electronic Systems (2011)

Canan Dagdeviren receives the Maria Pia Gratton International Award for excellence in graduate student research (2011)

Cover feature article for the February 18th issue of Small -- Arrays of Silicon Micro/Nanostructures Formed in Suspended Confi gurations for Deterministic Assembly Using Flat and Roller-Type Stamps (2011)

Cover feature article for the February 22nd issue of Advanced Materials -- Stretchable GaAs Photovoltaics with Designs That Enable High Areal Coverage (2011)

Prof. Rogers is elected to the National Academy of Engineering (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Rohsenow Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2011)

Cover feature article for the January issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA -- Dynamically Tunable Hemispherical Electronic Eye Camera System with Adjustable Zoom Capability (2011)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Nakamura Lecturer at University of California at Santa Barbara (2010)

Cover feature article for the June issue of Nature Materials -- Dissolvable Films of Silk Fibroin for Ultrathin, Conformal Bio-Integrated Electronics (2010)

Frontispiece feature article for the April issue of Advanced Materials -- "Improved Density in Aligned Arrays of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Sequential Chemical Vapor Deposition on Quartz" (2010)

Selected for one of the “Top 10 Emerging Technologies” by MIT’s Technology Review magazine, for bioresorbable electronics (2010)

Prof. Rogers is selected to the list of 125 Extraordinary Exes, to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Texas Exes, the alumni association of the University of Texas at Austin.

Prof. Rogers is selected as a Dean's Distinguished Lecturer at Columbia University (2010)

Cover feature article for the March issue of Science Translational Medicine -- A Conformal, Bio-Interfaced Class of Silicon Electronics for Mapping Cardiac Electrophysiology (2010)

Cover highlight for the University of Illinois Materials Research Laboratory for the March issue of Advanced Materials (2010)

Frontispiece feature article for the March issue of Advanced Materials -- "Functional Nanostructured Plasmonic Materials" (2010)

Cover feature article for the March issue of Advanced Materials -- "Functional Nanostructured Plasmonic Materials" (2010)

Cover feature article for the February issue of Energy and Environmental Science -- "Compact Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Modules With High Voltage Outputs and Mechanically Flexible Designs" (2010)

Dae Hyeong Kim receives the MRS Gold Medal Student Award for his work on stretchable electronics (2009)

Cover feature article for the December issue of Small -- "Curvilinear Electronics Formed Using Silicon Membrane Circuits and Elastomeric Transfer Elements" (2009)

Prof. Rogers is elected to Fellow of the IEEE (2009)

Cover feature article for the November issue of Applied Physics Letters -- "Self-assembled Nanodielectrics and Silicon Nanomembranes for Low Voltage, Flexible Transistors, and Logic Gates on Plastic Substrates" (2009)

Cover feature article for the 20th Anniversary issue of Nanotechnology -- "Nanopost Plasmonic Crystals" (2009)

Cover feature article for the September issue of Advanced Materials -- "Ultrathin Silicon Circuits With Strain-Isolation Layers and Mesh Layouts for High-Performance Electronics on Fabric, Vinyl, Leather, and Paper" (2009)

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive a MacArthur Fellowship for work in unusual format electronics, optoelectronics and photovoltaics, from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (2009)

Selected to receive the George Smith Award for the best paper published in IEEE Electron Devices Letters in 2008: “Complementary Logic Gates and Ring Oscillators on Plastic Substrates by Use of Printed Ribbons of Single-Crystalline Silicon”

Research on electronic eye featured on the cover of the first issue of the journal Micro and Nanosystems (2009)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the inaugural Chapman Lecturer at Rice University, Department of Physics (2009)

Qing Cao receives the MRS Silver Medal Student Award for his work on carbon nanotube thin film transistors and integrated circuits (2008)

Prof. Rogers is elected to Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2008)

Cover feature article for the December 5th issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences -- "Materials and noncoplanar mesh designs for integrated circuits with linear elastic responses to extreme mechanical deformations" (2008)

Prof. Rogers is selected as one of six 2009 National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellows (2008)

Cover feature article for the November issue of Nature Materials -- "Ultrathin Silicon Solar Microcells for Semitransparent, Mechanically Flexible and Microconcentrator Module Designs" (2008)

Cover feature article for the September 10th issue of Advanced Functional Materials -- "Defect Tolerance and Nanomechanics in Transistors that Use Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Ultrathin Dielectrics" (2008)

Cover feature article for the August 7th issue of Nature -- "A hemispherical electronic eye camera based on compressible silicon optoelectronics" (2008)

Prof. Rogers is elected as Senior Member of the IEEE (2008)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the first holder of the Lee J. Flory - Founder Chair in Engineering Innovation (2008)

Simon Dunham Selected as a Recipient of Graduate Fellowships from Both NSF and NDSEG (2008)

Qing Cao Selected as the Winner of the ISTC2008 Best Student Paper Award competition, (2008)

Article featured on the cover of the February issue of Chemical Reviews -- "Nanostructured Plasmonic Sensors" (2008)

Prof. Rogers is elected to the inaugural class of Fellows of the Materials Research Society (2008)

Prof. Rogers is elected to Fellow of the Center for Advanced Study at University of Illinois (2007)

Cover feature article for the November issue of Journal of Physical Chemistry -- "Three-Dimensional Nanofabrication with Elastomeric Phase Masks" (2007)

Cover feature article for the October issue of Nature Materials -- "High-Resolution Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing" (2007)

Prof. Rogers is selected as the Dorn Lecturer at Northwestern University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering (2007)

Our 2004 Science paper cited as a Research Front paper, by Thomson Essential Science Indicators, (2007)

Prof. Rogers receives the Baekeland Award from the American Chemical Society. The award is conferred biennially upon an American chemist under 40 years of age in recognition of accomplishments in pure or industrial chemistry (2007)

Article featured on the cover of the April issue of Chemical Reviews -- "Micro and Nanopatterning Techniques for Organic Electronic and Optoelectronic Systems" (2007)

Cover feature article for a May issue of Applied Physics Letters -- "Bendable Integrated Circuits on Plastic Substrates by Use of Printed Ribbons of Single-Crystalline Silicon" (2007)

Cover feature article for the April issue of Nature Nanotechnology -- "High-performance Electronics Using Dense, Perfectly Aligned Arrays of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes" (2007)

Prof. Rogers receives the Drucker Eminent Faculty Award, the highest honor that the College of Engineering bestows on a member of its faculty (~450 total) for achievement in research and teaching (2007)

Cover feature article for the February issue of Journal of Materials Chemistry -- "Structural Forms of Single Crystal Inorganic Semiconductor Ribbons for Stretchable Electronics" (2007)

The Essential Science Indicators database and Thomson-ISI selected our APL article, "Bendable single crystal silicon thin film transistors formed by printing on plastic substrates”, as an Emerging Front paper for February, 2007

Cover feature article for the December issue of Advanced Functional Materials – “Bilayer Organic/Inorganic Gate Dielectrics for High Performance, Low-Voltage Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Thin-Film Transistors, Complementary Logic Gates and p-n Diodes on Plastic Substrates” (2006)

Film on Stretchable Silicon Wins 3rd Place Prize at the MRS Scientific Film Competition" (2006)

Prof. Rogers named Fellow of the American Physical Society for "Contributions to the fields of flexible electronics, optical fiber devices, nanolithography and picosecond ultrasonics" (2006)

Inside Cover feature article for the November issue of Advanced Materials – "Buckled and Wavy Ribbons of GaAs for High-Performance Electronics on Elastomeric Substrates" (2006)

Prof. Rogers Selected as the 2006 Xerox Distinguished Lecturer, for work in the area of flexible electronics.

Stretchable Single-Crystal Silicon selected as one of the top 25 innovations for 2006 -- the MICRO/NANO 25 -- by MICRO/NANO Newsletter and R&D Magazine, June 2006.

Selected as a Distinguished Lecturer at University of Texas at Austin, 2006/2007.

Selected as one of the top 15 Innovators in Nanotechnology, by Nanotech Briefs, NASA Technology Briefs, 2006.

Inside Cover feature article for the June issue of Advanced Materials – “Nanoscale Surface Morphology and Rectifying Behavior of a Bulk Single-Crystal Organic Semiconductor" (2006)

Selected for one of the “Top 10 Emerging Technologies” by MIT’s Technology Review magazine, for stretchable silicon (2006)

Cover feature article for the January issue of Nature Materials – “Transfer printing by kinetic control of adhesion to an elastomeric stamp” (2006)

Innovation Discover Award from Champaign County Economic Development Council, for work in the area of flexible silicon electronics.

Prof. Rogers Selected as one of the 2005 Scientific American 50 research leaders, for work in the area of plastic electronics.

Cover feature article for the October issue of Small – “Guided Growth of Large Scale, Horizontally Aligned Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Use in Thin Film Transistors” (2005)

Cover feature article for the August issue of Applied Physics Letters – “Bendable GaAs Metal-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors Formed With Printed GaAs Wire Arrays on Plastic Substrates” (2005)

Cover feature article for the July issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE – “Macroelectronics: Perspectives on Technology and Applications” (2005)

Cover feature article for the February issue of Materials Today– “Recent progress in soft lithography” (2005)

Cover feature article for the January issue of Advanced Functional Materials – “Photolithographic route to the fabrication of micro/nanowires of III-V semiconductors” (2005)

Selected as runner-up for the 2004 Nanotechnology Researcher of the Year Award, sponsored by Small Times Magazine.

Prof. Rogers Selected as one of fifteen nominees for the 2004 World Technology Award in Communications Technology, for research in flexible electronics and fiber optics.

Single crystal organic transistor work featured on the cover of Physics Status Solidi A, May 6, 2004

Cover feature article for the June 28th issue of Applied Physics Letters – “A printable form of single crystal silicon for high performance thin film transistors” (2004)

Selected for one of “10 Technologies that Will Change the World” by MIT’s Technology Review magazine, for microfluidic photonic systems (2004)

Science magazine’s Editor’s Choice, “Complex Layered Construction,” (2003)

Cover feature article for the December 15th issue of Applied Physics Letters – “Tunable optical fiber devices based on broadband long period gratings and pumped microfluidics” (2003)

Selected for one of “6 Technologies that Will Change the World” by Business 2.0 magazine, for printing plastic electronics (2003)

Cover feature article for the February 24th issue of Applied Physics Letters – “Low cost, low loss microlens arrays fabricated by soft lithography process” (2003)

Excellence in Research Award of the Year from Frost and Sullivan for microfluidic photonic systems (2003)

Circle of Excellence Award from Photonics Spectra Magazine for the RightwaveTM tunable dispersion compensator (2003)

OFC Attendee’s Choice Award from Lightwave Magazine for the RightwaveTM tunable dispersion compensator (2002)

American Chemical Society Award for Team Innovation: Printed Plastic Electronics and Electronic Paper (2002)

Cover feature article for Journal of Polymer Science A – “Printed Plastic Electronics and Paperlike Displays” (2002)

Excellence in Technical Innovation from Laser Focus World Magazine for tunable microfluidic optical fiber (2002)

R&D100 Innovation Award from R&D Magazine for the RightwaveTM tunable dispersion compensator (2002)

R&D Magazine’s Editor’s Choice for the “Best of the Best” new technology for 2001: Printed Plastic Display Circuits (2001)

R&D100 Innovation Award from R&D Magazine: Printed Plastic Display Circuits (2001)

Cover feature article for Proceedings of the National Academy of Science – “Paper-like Electronic Displays: Large Area, Rubber Stamped Plastic Sheets of Electronics and Electrophoretic Inks” (2001)