Christopher received his B.A. in Chemistry and Art History from Columbia University in 2017. As an undergraduate, he investigated self-assembling peptide hydrogel properties for fibroblast migration, as well as enzymatic splicing activity through atomic force microscopy. He received his M.S. in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2019, where he worked on the synthesis and characterization of polymers with click-type reactive side chains for the fabrication of new nano and bio-interfaces. Christopher continued his graduate studies at the University of Chicago in 2019, where he is currently working towards his PhD in Molecular Engineering in the laboratory of Professor Paul Nealey.
Synthesis and characterization of block copolymers to meet covarying materials manufacturing design criteria for nanolithography.
Synthesis and Characterization of Amine-Epoxy-Functionalized Polystyrene-block-Poly(glycidyl methacrylate) to Manage Morphology and Covarying Properties for Self-Assembly
Hongbo Feng, Chang-Geun Chae, Christopher Eom, Gordon S. W. Craig, Stuart J. Rowan, and Paul F. Nealey. Macromolecules 2023, 56, 7, 2675–2685
Hongbo Feng, Moshe Dolejsi, Ning Zhu, Soonmin Yim, Whitney Loo, Peiyuan Ma, Chun Zhou, Gordon S. W. Craig, Wen Chen, Lei Wan, Ricardo Ruiz, Juan J. de Pablo, Stuart J. Rowan & Paul F. Nealey, Nat. Mater., 2022, 21, 1426–1433