Hao Wu
Tirrell Group

Hao Wu

Hao is currently a member of the PhD program at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago, working on chain exchange kinetics in polyelectrolyte complex micelles in the Tirrell group. Before that, Hao did research on design and development of multi-responsive nanoscale carriers for drug delivery under Professors Huai Yang and Guojie Wang at Peking University and University of Science & Technology Beijing. Hao also worked as a summer intern at ABB Group for four months, employing nano-composites for battery applications, and as a research analyst at China Ministry of Environmental Protection on wastewater treatment for half a year. Hao is also interested in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship.

Hao works on chain exchange kinetics in polyelectrolyte complex micelles. 

Mechanism of Dissociation Kinetics in Polyelectrolyte Complex Micelles

Wu, Hao, Jeffrey M. Ting, and Matthew V. Tirrell. "Mechanism of Dissociation Kinetics in Polyelectrolyte Complex Micelles." Macromolecules (2019).

Interparticle Interactions in Dilute Solutions of Polyelectrolyte Complex Micelles

Wu, Hao, Jeffrey M. Ting, Thomas M. Weiss, and Matthew V. Tirrell. "Interparticle Interactions in Dilute Solutions of Polyelectrolyte Complex Micelles." ACS Macro Letters 8 (2019): 819-825.

Non-equilibrium phenomena and kinetic pathways in self-assembled polyelectrolyte complexes

Hao Wu, Jeffrey M. Ting, Olivia Werba, Matthew V. Tirrell. Non-equilibrium phenomena and kinetic pathways in self-assembled polyelectrolyte complexes. Journal of Chemical Physics . 2018. Vol. 149, Pg. 163330.

Synthesis and Assembly of Designer Styrenic Diblock Polyelectrolytes

Jeffrey M. Ting, Hao Wu, Abraham Herzog-Arbeitman, Samanvaya Srivastava, Matthew V. Tirrell. Synthesis and Assembly of Designer Styrenic Diblock Polyelectrolytes. ACS Macro Letters. 2018. Vol. 7, Pg. 726-733.