Dr. Koh is the an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. She studies soft material composites with a particular focus on material interfaces to create novel responsive, functional materials for electronics, robotics, prosthetics, hardened infrastructure, and environmental remediation.
- Simultaneous Thermo-magnetorheological Response of Magnetorheological Fluids: Effect of Concentration and Composition. S. Thiagarajan, A. Koh. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 2021, In publication.
- Recent Advances in Deformable Circuit Components with Liquid Metal. E. Bury, S. Chun, A.S. Koh. Advanced Electronic Materials, 7 : 2001006, 2021.
- Solidification and melting phase change behavior of eutectic gallium-indium-tin. A. Koh, W. Hwang, P.Y. Zavalij, S. Chun, G. Slipher, R. Mrozek. Materialia 8: 100512, 2019.
- Deformable liquid metal polymer composites with tunable electronic and mechanical properties. A. Koh, J. Sietins, G. Slipher, R. Mrozek. Journal of Materials Research 33: 2443-2453, 2018.
- Characterization and Manipulation of Interfacial Activity for Aqueous Galinstan Dispersions. A. Koh, R. Mrozek, G. Slipher. Advanced Materials Interfaces 2018.
- Fundamental characterization of the micellar self-assembly of sophorolipid esters. A. Koh, K. Todd, E. Sherbourne, R.A. Gross. Langmuir 33: 5760-5768, 2017
In the Koh Lab, three different systems take advantage of our unique expertise in material composite interfaces. 1) Polymer composites of room temperature liquid metal are formulated and characterized for applications in soft robotics and stretchable electronics. 2) Novel coatings and actuation methods are developed in magnetorheological fluids for prosthetics and earthquake dampers. 3) High internal phase emulsion polymer foams are functionalized to target high impact pollutant and contaminant systems with a variety of flow environments.