Paul E. Laibinis
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Research:Dr. Laibinis's work focuses on the assembly of systems whose performance is a direct result of surface effects. These systems include chemical sensors, antifouling coatings, responsive interfaces, and nanoparticle dispersions. A common element in these efforts is a molecular perspective on the structure of species at surfaces as a way to control interfacial behavior. Systems range in complexity from single-atom coatings useful in chemical sensing to polymeric films employed to retard biomolecule adsorption to arrays of immobilized DNA molecules for genetic analyses or programmed multi-particle assembly.
Effect of DNA-Induced Corrosion on Passivated Porous Silicon Biosensors. Zhao, YL; Lawrie, JL; Beavers, KR; Laibinis, PE; Weiss, SM, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES, 6, 13510-13519 , (2014) View Abstract
Electrochemical Sensing of Thiocyanate Using Gold Electrodes Modified with an Underpotentially Deposited Silver Monolayer. Bristow, CA; Michalitsch, R; Laibinis, PE, ELECTROANALYSIS, 22, 143-146 , (2010) View Abstract
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Oxygen Transport through n-Alkanethiolate Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold and Copper. Srivastava, P; Chapman, WG; Laibinis, PE, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B, 113, 456-464 , (2009) View Abstract
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Oxygen Transport through omega-Alkoxy-n-alkanethiolate Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold and Copper. Srivastava, P; Chapman, WG; Laibinis, PE, LANGMUIR, 25, 2689-2695 , (2009) View Abstract
Synthesis of DNA oligonucleotides in mesoporous silicon. Lawrie, JL; Xu, Z; Rong, GG; Laibinis, PE; Weiss, SM, PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI A-APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS SCIENCE, 206, 1339-1342 , (2009) View Abstract