Prof Gurpreet Singh

Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering

NanoScience and Engineering Group

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department, Kansas State University
United States
PH: +1 (785) 532-7085
Email: [email protected]


Dr. Gurpreet Singh’s expertise lies in synthesis and mechanical characterization of individual carbon nanotube and polymer-derived SiCN nanowire based devices. He has developed various individual carbon nanotube based devices in the last three years:

  1. CNT nano-knife
  2. CNT-Force sensor and
  3. CNT-sphere tissue phantom.

His research has been published in Applied Physics Letters, Nanotechnology, Actamaterialia, Journal of Biomedical Optics, Materials Letters, Sensors and Actuators: A Physical and Nano letters. His research on carbon nanotubes and SiCN has been has been highlighted in Canada Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Science Daily, NIST Technical Beat, Nanowerks and Virtual Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.

He also has extensive experience in working with teams involving scientists from universities and national labs that include optoelectronics division at NIST-boulder and Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) at ORNL. He has won the CNMS user facility award (as co-PI) two times. He is also the recipient of Big-12 faculty fellowship for 2010-1011.

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