C-T Chen and GX Gu, Machine learning for composite materials, MRS Communications, 2019
Received MRS Communications Lecture Award 2020
GX Gu, C-T Chen, DJ Richmond, MJ Buehler, Bioinspired hierarchical composite design using machine learning: simulation, additive manufacturing, and experiment, Materials Horizons, 2018
Received Materials Horizons Outstanding Paper 2018
C-T Chen, FJ Martin-Martinez, S Ling, Z Qin, MJ Buehler, Nacre-inspired design of graphene oxide–polydopamine nanocomposites for enhanced mechanical properties and multi-functionalities,
Nano Futures, 2017
C-T Chen, C Chuang, J Cao, V Ball, D Ruch, MJ Buehler, Excitonic effects from geometric order and disorder explain broadband optical absorption in eumelanin, Nature Communications, 2014
"Recently, Buehler and co-workers, considering excitonic couplings between eumelanin oligomers (tetramers, pentamers, and octamers), found that the computational spectra with geometric (packing) disorder of a single species of DHI oligomers agree with experiments, and that excitonic couplings among eumelanin protomolecules have a considerable role in the increase of the probability of absorption toward the higher energy end of the spectrum."