Materials Science & Engineering
Faculty Mentor: Chad A. Mirkin
Liban Jibril received a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of California, San Diego. His research focuses on the development of new techniques for patterning materials on the micro and nano-scale. This research incorporates recent advances in patterning using soft materials such as ‘ink-pens’ for deposition onto a surface. This research has potential applications in the micro/nanofabrication, semiconductor, and energy sectors.
- Zaretski, A.V.; Marin, B.C.; Moetazedi, H; Dill, T; Jibril, L; Kong, C; Tao, A. R.; Lipomi, D. J.; “Using the Thickness of Graphene to Template Lateral Sub-nanometer Gaps between Gold Nanostructures,” Nano Letters, 2015, 15:635-640.
- Zaretski, A.V.; Root, S. E; Savchenko, A; Molokanova, E; Printz, A.D.; Jibril, L; Gaurav, A; Mercola, M; Lipomi, D. J.; “Metallic Nanoislands on Graphene as Highly Sensitive Transducers of Mechanical, Biological, and Optical Signals,” Nano Letters, 2016, 16, 1375-1380.
- Jibril, L; Ramirez, J; Zaretzki, A.V.; Lipomi, D. J.; “Single-nanowire Strain Sensors Fabricated by Nanoskiving Sensors & Actuators,” A. Physical, 2017, 263, 702-706.