The Carmichael group conducts interdisciplinary research in materials science with two areas of focus:
Green Printed Electronics
S. S. Mechael, G. D’Amaral, T. B. Carmichael (2023) Debossed Contact Printing as a Patterning Method for Paper- Based Electronics ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 15, 44422–44432
R. N. Hussein, K. Schlingman, C. Noade, R. S. Carmichael, and T. B. Carmichael (2022) Shellac-Paper Composite as a Green Substrate for Printed Electronics Flex. Print. Elec. 7, 045007
Y. Wu, S. S. Mechael, T. B. Carmichael (2021) Wearable E-Textiles Using a Textile-Centric Design Approach Acc. Chem. Res. 54, 4051-4064
S. S. Mechael, Y. Wu, Y. Chen, T. B. Carmichael (2021) Ready-to-Wear Strain Sensing Gloves for Human Motion Sensing, iScience 24, 102525
Y. Wu, S. S. Mechael, Y. Chen, T. B. Carmichael (2020) Velour Fabric as an Island-Bridge Architectural Design for Stretchable Textile-Based Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 12, 51679-51687.
Y. Wu, S. S. Mechael, C. Perez-Lerma, R. S. Carmichael, T. B. Carmichael (2020) Ultrasheer Fabrics as Transparent Electrodes: A Textile-Centric Approach to Stretchable and Wearable Light-Emitting e-Textiles with Changeable Display Patterns, Matter, 2, 882-895.
Y. Chen, R. S. Carmichael, T. B. Carmichael (2019) Patterned, Flexible, and Stretchable Silver Nanowire/Polymer Composite Films as Transparent Conductive Electrodes ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 11, 31210-31219.
AWARDS and DISTINCTIONS:
2023 - Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award, for demonstrating leadership through contributions to creating an equity culture on campus
2022 - NanoOntario Mid-Career Award, for Achievements in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Ontario
2022 - Faculty of Science Research Impact Award (for Excellence in Research)
2021 - University of Windsor Outstanding Faculty Research Award, Established Scholars/Researchers category, (for Excellence in Scholarship, Research and Creative Activity)
2020 - University of Windsor Impact Award (for co-organizing the first LGBTQ+ in STEM conference in Canada)
2020- University of Windsor Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility OHREA Award (for co-organizing the first LGBTQ+ in STEM conference in Canada)