L. Jay Guo

Professor: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Macromolecular Science and Engineering, Applied Physics
College of Engineering
(734) 647-7718


University of Minnesota
PhD Electrical Engineering '97
MS Electrical Engineering '95

Nankai University
BS Physics Hon. '90

Research Interests: 
CURRENT RESEARCH AREAS -Nanocavity arrays produce angle-insensitive spectrum color filters with resolution beyond diffraction limit -New Optoacoustic lens converts pulsed light to highly focused ultrasound down to human hair size -Electrostatic confinement and assembly of nanoparticles -Carbon Nanotube forest based coating that render objects invisible in dark background -Light-harvesting color filters, and colored organic solar cells -Roll to roll printed polymer organic solar cell based on a new ESSENCIAL technique -Multifunctional plasmonic color filters -High efficiency optoacoustic source based on CNT-PDMS composite -Ultra-high sensitivity polymer microring ultrasound detector -Spontaneous micropattern creation by localized wrinkling effect -High speed dynamic nanoinscribing to create seamless nanogratings -Continuous roll-to-roll nanoimprint on flexible and rigid substrates