Anish Tuteja

Associate Professor

A186 NCRC, Building 10

T: (734) 615-2972





  1. Choi, W, Tuteja, A, Chhatre, S, Mabry, JM, Cohen, RE, and McKinley, GH (2009). Fabrics With Tunable OleophobicityAdvanced Materials, 21(21):2190-2195.

  2. Tuteja, A, Choi, W, Mabry, JM, Cohen, RE, and McKinley, GH (2008). Robust Omniphobic SurfacesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(47):18200-18205.

  3. Tuteja, A, Choi, W, McKinley, GH, Cohen, RE, and Rubner, MF (2008). Design Parameters for Superhydrophobicity and SuperoleophobicityMRS Bulletin, 33:752-758.

  4. Tuteja, A, Duxbury, PM, and Mackay, ME (2008). Polymer Chain Swelling Induced by Dispersed NanoparticlesPhysical Review Letters, 100:077801.

  5. Tuteja, A, Choi, W, Ma, M, Mabry, JM, Mazzella, SA, Rutledge, GC, McKinley, GH, and Cohen, RE (2007). Designing Superoleophobic SurfacesScience(318):1618-1622.

  6. Tuteja, A, Duxbury, PM, and Mackay, ME (2007). Multifunctional Nanocomposites with Reduced ViscosityMacromolecules(40):9427-9434.

  7. Tuteja, A, Mackay, ME, Narayanan, S, Asokan, S, and Wong, MS (2007). Breakdown of the Continuum Stokes-Einstein Relation for Nanoscale Inclusions in Polymer MeltsNano Letters, 7(5):1276-1281.

  8. Mackay, ME, Tuteja, A, Duxbury, PM, Hawker, CJ, Horn, Bv, Guan, Z, and Krishnan, R (2006). General Strategies for Nanoparticle DispersionScience(311):1740-1743.

  9. Tuteja, A, Mackay, ME, Horn, Bv, Hawker, CJ, and Ho, DL (2006). The Molecular Architecture and Rheological Characterization of Novel Intramolecularly Crosslinked Polystyrene NanoparticlesJournal of Polymer Science – Part B – Polymer Physics(44):1930-1947.

  10. Tuteja, A, Mackay, ME, Horn, Bv, Hawker, CJ, and Ho, DL (2005). Effect of Ideal, Organic Nanoparticles on the Flow Properties of Linear Polymers; Non-Einstein-like BehaviorMacromolecules(38):8000-8011.

  11. Mackay, ME, Dao, TT, Tuteja, A, Ho, DL, Horn, Bv, Kim, H, and Hawker, CJ (2003). Nanoscale Effects Leading to Non-Einstein-Like Decrease in ViscosityNature Materials, 2(11):762-766.