Credentials: Assistant Professor in Mechanical and Electrical & Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706
Joseph Andrews received his B.S. in Engineering from the University of South Carolina in 2015. During that time he worked as a research assistant studying graphene synthesis and applications. Also during his undergraduate, he had the privilege of participating in the DAAD fellowship in Jena, Germany at Friedrich Schiller University, where he studied carbon nanotube composite materials. Joseph completed his Ph.D. at Duke University in Dr. Aaron Franklin’s research group. The title of his dissertation was “Printed Carbon Nanotube Thin Films for Electronic Sensing” . In 2019 he joined the University of Wisconsin-Madison as an assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering and the Electrical & Computer Engineering departments. His current research interests look to expand the field of printed electronics and in particular printed sensors for future “internet-of-things” and biomedical applications.
Please find his updated CV here.
In addition to his research, Joseph is interested in community outreach, specifically in making science fun and interesting for kids. When he’s not in his lab or office, Joseph enjoys riding his bike around Madison and exploring Wisconsin with his wife.