April 28, 2017: Professor Jiang has won the 2017 Gerald Holdridge Teaching Award of the ECE Department. Congratulations!

April 12, 2017: We won the Third Place in the Engineering EXPO 2017 for our exhibit among all Graduate (Individual/Group) and Research Labs.

December 7, 2016: Professor Jiang is a recipient of the prestigious Research to Prevent Blindness Stein Innovation Award, see the relevant report: Award for Visionary Research. Congratulations to Professor Jiang!

November 22, 2016: Professor Jiang has been elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Congratulations to Professor Jiang!

November 21, 2016: Alireza Ousati Ashtiani received his PhD degree from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Ashtiani!

November 2, 2016: A paper authored by Jayer Fernandes and Professor Jiang, titled "Three Axis Capacitive Touch Sensor For Clinical Breast Examination Training," was one of the Best Paper awardees at the prestigious IEEE Sensors Conference held Oct. 30 - Nov. 2 in Orlando, FL. Jayer also was the 2nd place winner of the Best Poster Presentation Award at the same conference. Congratulations to Jayer! The work was also reported on News of College of Engineering

August 3, 2016: Our group's work on lateral micro dye sensitized solar cells has been published in Advanced Materials Technologies and selected as the back cover(high-resolution cover image). See University of Wisconsin-Madison and College of Engineering news releases. The work is also widely reported in media, including Journal Sentinel, phys.org, Advanced Textiles, Controlled Environments, Technology.org, New Kerala, Science News, Science Daily, Newswise, Nanowerk, and EurekAlert.

July 21, 2016: The book Optical MEMS for Chemical Analysis and Biomedicine edited by professor Hongrui Jiang was reported by the College of Engineering.

June 9, 2016: A new book Optical MEMS for Chemical Analysis and Biomedicine edited by professor Hongrui Jiang was published. Congratulation to Professor Jiang!

May 5, 2016: Our paper titled "Remote Axial Tuning in Microscopy Utilizing Hydrogel-Driven Tunable Liquid Lens" was selected as one of the 3 RightNow Papers for the issue in which it was published in JMEMS for its excellent quality.

April 22, 2016: Professor Jiang was a guest on the Science Friday discussing about our research on and in general the topic of biomimicry and bioinspiration. The program was aired on public radio stations across the US.

March 14, 2016: Our work on artificial eye for scotopic vision has been published and featured as the cover in PNAS. The work was highlighted by Nature, PNAS, NIH, and reported worldwide on NIH News, NSF, US News, Physics Today, Discovery News, The Times, EE Times Europe, The Week, MSN News, ASCB Cell News, Asia Pacific Daily, Zee News India, Xinhua Net, phys.org, OSA, College of Engineering, UW-Madison, University of Wisconsin news, and others. We were interviewed by WKOW 27. Also Professor Jiang was interviewed by AAAS and WORT Radio (17':10" - 20':12").

January 25, 2016: Professor Jiang was featured in College of Engineering News.

December 22, 2015: Professor Jiang was featured in ASEE First Bell News. Congratulations to Professor Jiang!

December 15, 2015: Professor Jiang has been elected Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. Congratulations to Professor Jiang!

December 1, 2015: Professor Jiang has been elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Congratulations to Professor Jiang!

December 1, 2015: The work of our novel microlens arrays was reported on NASA Tech Briefs.

November 26, 2015: The work of our novel microlens arrays was reported on EETimes Europe.

November 24, 2015: The work of our novel microlens arrays was reported on Wall Street Journal.

November 3, 2015: Our novel microlens arrays on flexible substrate has been published in Scientific Reports under Nature Publishing Group. The work was reported on University of Wisconsin news, College of Engineering, UW-Madison, newslocker, adaptive scientist, the Engineer, Science Daily, Azo Nano, newswise, Physics News, (e) science news, Geek Journal, crazychucks news, Kurzweil News, Tech Times, and phys.org.

September 8, 2015: Dr. Jiang was interviewed by (Screenshot) and featured in a story of WKOW on our work on microcameras and their applications in laparoscopic surgery. Details

September 1, 2015: Dr. Jae-Jun Kim joined the group as a post-doctoral researcher, welcome!

September, 2015: Dr. Chensha Li has been appointed as a professor at Heilongjiang University, China.

August 31, 2015: The work of the application of our microcamera clusters in laparoscopic imaging was reported on in Medical Design Briefs.

August 17, 2015: Dr. Jiang is elected to Fellow of Institute of Physics.

August 21, 2015: Dr. Jiang's team has been awarded 1.6 million NIH grant to develop a new laparoscopic image tool. congratulations! Details

August 12, 2015: Aditi Kanhere received her PhD degree from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Kanhere!

June 16, 2014: Chi-Chieh Huang received his PhD degree from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Huang!

April 24, 2014: Our work on artificial reflecting superposition compound eye has been published in Small (Featured on cover of August 2014 issue). The work was reported on College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin news, physics.org, Daily News, and news.nom.co.

January 13, 2014: Prof. Jiang has been awarded the Lynn H. Matthias Professorship in Engineering. Congratulations to Dr. Jiang!

September 20, 2013: Dr. Jiang and Dr. Li Zhang, an assistant professor of computer science at UW-Madison received a $1 million grant from National Science Foundation to develop thin, flexible polymer sheets of smart microcamera arrays . This news was reported by physics.org, eWallstreeter.com and various other media reports.

September 15, 2013: Dr. Bader Aldalali starts an assistant professor at Kuwait University.

August 23, 2013: Congratulations! Chenhui Li received his PhD degree from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Li!

August 08, 2013: Congratulations! Bader Aldalali received his PhD degree from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Aldalali!

June 06, 2013: Our group reported on an innovative dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) for simultaneous energy storage and supply in Advanced Materials. This work has been highlighted on WUWM Milwaukee public radio, in Forbes, Journal Sentinel, Solar Novus Today, Grist, The Daily Cardinal and various other media reports.

March 12, 2013: Prof. Jiang has been appointed Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Jiang!

January 25, 2013: Prof. Jiang has been selected for an appointment as a Vilas Associate for 2013-2015. Congratulations to Dr. Jiang on the award!

August 22, 2012: Congratulations! Ye Liu completed his PhD degree defense from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Liu!

August 15, 2012: Our group reported on direct sun-driven artificial heliotropism for solar energy harvesting in Advanced Functional Materials. The work was highlighted in Nature, reported in MSNBC, Popular Science, Green Futures, Chemistry World, Energy Next and in Journal Sentinel. Other Media Reports.

April 18, 2012: Professor Jiang was cited in Dean Peercy's article, "Interdisciplinary research and education: Big thinking for big challenges", in the April issue of Perspective, the magazine for Alumni and friends of the UW-Madison College of Engineering, for his group's interdisciplinary research and fascinating work on biological applications of MEMS.

March 21, 2012: Dr. Hongrui Jiang has been promoted to full professor. Congratulations to Dr. Jiang!

September 20, 2011: Dr. Jiang won the prestigious NIH Director’s New Innovator Award NIH announcement

September 6, 2011: Congratulations! Chi-Wei Lo completed his PhD degree defense from the Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Lo!

September 4, 2011: Professor Jiang has been appointed a Member of the Editorial Board of the IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (JMEMS).

July 29, 2011: Congratulations! Difeng Zhu completed his PhD degree defense from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Zhu!

February 25, 2011: Congratulations! Professor Jiang won the University of Wisconsin - Madison H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship!

July 14, 2010: Congratulations! Daming Cheng completed his PhD degree defense from the Materials Science Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Cheng!

October 13, 2009: Dr. Chensha Li's work on photoresponsive liquid-crystalline polymer will be featured on the back cover of Macromolecular Rapid Communications, issue 22, 2009.

October 8, 2009: Xuefeng Zeng is awarded the Honrable Mention in the first UW Eye Research Institute poster/gallery session.

September 01, 2009: A multi-disciplinary, multi-university team led by Dr. Jiang is
awarded $2 million to develop biology inspired intelligent micro optical imaging systems.

August 06, 2009: Congratulations! Xuefeng Zeng completed his PhD degree defense from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Congratulations to Dr. Zeng!

Summer, 2009: Dr. Jiang featured in University of Wisconsin Eye Research Institute quarterly newsletter.

March 18, 2009: A microstructure for the detection of vapor-phase analytes based on orientational transitions of liquid crystals is one of the most accessed articles of Smart Materials and Structures in 2008.

Oct. 13, 2008: Infra-red light driven tunable liquid microlenses features as cover article of 13 October 2008 issue of Applied Physics Letters and it is reported at COE, UW - Madison, News.

March 7, 2008: Dr. Jiang wins DARPA Young Faculty Award.

Jan. 22, 2008: Dr. Jiang receives the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his proposal entitled "Biology-inspired super artificial compound eyes (SACE) and their medical applications".

Aug., 2007: Dr. Liang Dong starts an assistant professor in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University.

Aug., 2007: Congratulations! Dr. Sudheer S Sridharamurthy graduates from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Apr. 12, 2007: Alfredo Arteaga and Tong K Khang present at Undergraduate Symposium in Great Hall, Memorial Union.

Feb. 21, 2007: Team led by Dr. Jiang is among the seed grant winners of Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.

Jan. 11, 2007: Autonomous on-chip cooling highlighted in materials@Nature.com

Aug. 26, 2006: Dr. Abhishek K Agarwal graduates from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in University of Wisconsin, Madison. Congratulations!

Aug. 15, 2006: Dissovable Membrane based Sensing is among Top 10 Articles for Lab on a Chip in July 2006

Aug. 10, 2006:Smart liquid lens is reported in worldwide media.

Aug. 3, 2006: Smart Liquid Microlenses is the cover story of the August 3rd, 2006 issure of Nature.

Jul. 19, 2006: Work on 'Smart Liquid Microlenses' will be published in and featured on the cover of the August 3rd, 2006 issue of Nature. Please stay tuned.

May 1, 2006: Mini Impeller featured in Medicaldesign.com

Mar. 25, 2006: Dr. Jiang's group at Shorewood Science Saturday

Apr. 1, 2005: Scientists seek sensor for toxin Isthmus April 1, 2005