In the News - 2005

The Next Silicon Wave?,
Zdnet, December 17, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Meets Electronics,
United Press International, December 15, 2005.

Silicon Gets Stretchy,
Technology Research News, December 19, 2005.

UI Team Makes Electronics that Bend,
St Louis Post-Dispatch, December 20, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Could be the Next Wave in Electronics,
Science Daily, December 15, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Could be the Next Wave in Electronics,
Physorg.com, December 15, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Set to Revolutionize Electronics,
New Kerala, December 17, 2005.

Future Advances: Stretchable silicon based electronics,
What is the Word, December 17, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Set to Revolutionize Electronics,
Web India 123, December 17, 2005.

Materials Research Society Highlight Image,
Materials Research Society, December 21, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Ribbons Fabricated,
Materials Research Society eMatters, December 21, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Could be the Next Wave in Electronics,
Linux Electrons, December 15, 2005.

Chip in Another Bendy Silicon Breakthrough,
London Inquirer, December 21, 2005.

Stretchable Silicon Could be the Next Wave in Electronics,
Innovations Report, December 19, 2005.

Stretchable Electronics: Electronics Stretch Out,
Discovery Channel News, December 27, 2005.

Rogers, SciAmer 50,
Chicago Sun-Times, December 21, 2005.

Flexible Silicon,
Chemical and Engineering News, December 19, 2005.

“Etienne Menard successfully defends his PhD thesis, and joins pSi-tech as co-founding scientist,” 
December 2005.

“Hoon Sik Kim successfully completes his senior thesis, and joins pSi-tech as device engineer,” 
December 2005.

Rogers Recognized for Science Research,
Daily Illini, December 2005.

Professor Recognized as Pioneer of the Future,
The News Gazette, December 2005.

"MatSE Professor Selected for Innovation Discover Award from the Champaign County Economic Development Council,”
UIUC News, December 2005.

Flexible Electronics One Step Closer with New Circuits,
National Geographic News, December 2005.

Applications Stretch Out for Wavy Silicon,
Chemistry World, December 2005.

MatSE Professor Selected for 2005 Scientific American 50,
UIUC College of Engineering Website, November 2005.

2005 Scientific American 50 Award,
Scientific American, November 2005.

Guided Growth of Large Scale, Horizontally Aligned Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Use in Thin Film Transistors,
Cover Image, Small, October 2005.

“Dr. Seung-hyun Hur accepts a position at Samsung, SDI," 
August 2005.

Bend, But Don't Slow Down,
Technology Research News, August 2005.

Bendable GaAs Metal-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors Formed With Printed GaAs Wire Arrays on Plastic Substrates,
Cover Image, Applied Physics Letters, August 2005.

Mix it up in 3D,
Analytical Currents in Analytical Chemistry, August 2005.

Tunable microfluidic optical-fiber devices,
SPIE Optics in Information Systems Newsletter, July 2005.

Macroelectronics: Perspectives on Technology and Applications,
Cover Image, Proceedings of the IEEE, July 2005.

Nanoscale inkjet printing,
Nano-CEMMS Newsletter Smalltalk, June 2005.

“Professor Rogers selected for the 2005 List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, with a teaching effectiveness rating in the top 10%, university wide," 
June 2005.

“Dr. Feng Hua accepts the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Clarkson University,” 
June 2005.

Rogers' group helps introduce OLED lab course into local high school curriculum,
News from College of Engineering at Illinois, May 2005.

“Professor Rogers invited to serve as an Associate Editor for SPIE's Journal of Microlithography, Microfabrication, and Microsystems,” 
March 2005.

Resolution limits of polymer nanoimprint lithography,
MicroNano Newsletter, February 2005.

Transistor has free space,
MicroNano Newsletter, February 2005.

Assemblage 2D de nanotubes de carbone et composants associes,
Veille stratégique Electronique moléculaire n°19 - OMNT, February 2005.

Recent progress in soft lithography,
Cover Image, Materials Today, February 2005.

University sets new level in science modeling,
Daily Illini, February 4, 2005.

Rubber phase mask may lead to cheap method for building photonic crystals,
SPIE's oemagzine, February 2005.

U. Illinois sets new level in structure molding,
Small Times Magazine, February 2005.

Molecular scale resolution achieved in polymer nanoimprinting technique,
PhysOrg.com, January 2005.

Photolithographic Route to The Fabrication of Micro/Nanowires of III-V Semiconductors,
Cover Image, Advanced Functional Materials, January 2005.

"Professor Rogers named Director of Research for the UIUC/Caltech/NCAT NSF NSEC Center on Nanomanufacturing,” 
January 2005.

“Professor Rogers receives joint appointment as Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, ”
January 2005.

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