CCIL Members Receive Jump ARCHES Grants

CCIL members are working to combat COVID-19 with many new research projects funded through the Jump ARCHES research and development program in partnership with OSF HealthCare and The Grainger College of Engineering. CCIL members Rashid Bashir, Brian Cunningham, Joseph...
Video: The Power of Detecting Tiny Things

Video: The Power of Detecting Tiny Things

Brian Cunningham, CCIL Research Program Leader, is developing new technology to detect molecules and viruses from bodily fluids. The goal is to use light energy from optical emitters and a photonic crystal surface to bridge the gap between “macro” and “nano” worlds....
Student Spotlight: Ian Berg

Student Spotlight: Ian Berg

Ian BergPhD Candidate, BioengineeringTissue Microenvironment (TiMe) Training Program 2018 Cohort How did your educational path lead you here? I studied engineering mechanics as an undergraduate at the University of Illinois. During that time, I discovered my interest...
CCIL Member Develops New 3D Imaging Technique

CCIL Member Develops New 3D Imaging Technique

Gabriel Popescu, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Chenfei Hu, Illinois graduate student, have collaborated with Colorado State University researchers to develop a new imaging method called harmonic optical tomography. This technique can assist...