David K. Peng

Department of Chemical Engineering

Contact

  • dkpeng@umich.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2007
  • M.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2005
  • B.S. Chemical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 2000
  • B.A. Biology, Johns Hopkins University, 2000

Research

  • Structural and functional characterization of switchable self-assembled monolayers
  • Applications of switchable self-assembled monolayers in medical diagnostic sensors

Experience

  • Research Associate, Genentech, Inc., 2000-2003
  • Summer Intern, Johnson & Johnson, Inc., 1999

Awards

  • NIH Cellular Biotechnology Training Program Fellowship, 2004-2007
  • University of Michigan Regents Fellowship, 2003-2004
  • Genentech Recognition Award, 2002
  • Johns Hopkins University National Merit Scholarship Award, 1995-1999

Publications

  • D.K. Peng, A. A. Ahmadi, J. Lahann. "A Synthetic Surface that Undergoes Spatiotemporal Remodeling" Nano Letters (2008), 8(10), 3336-3340.
  • D.K. Peng, J. Lahann. "Chemical, Electrochemical, and Structural Stability of Low-Density Self-Assembled Monolayers" Langmuir (2007), 23, 20, 10184-10189.
  • D.K. Peng, S.T. Yu, D.J. Alberts, J. Lahann. "Switching the Electrochemical Impedance of Low-Density Self-Assembled Monolayers" Langmuir (2007) 23, 1, 297-304.