College of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Snoeyink is developing nano-scale optical metrology techniques and applying them towards fundamental biological and fluid mechanics questions. Within this context he is examining dynamics of super-coiling DNA, enhanced fluidic slip of graphene lined surfaces and self-assembled colloidal interfaces. To conduct these studies he uses a Bessel Beam Microscopy, which he developed and which is capable of nanometer precision in locating fluorescent tags as well as high speed 3D super-resolution microscopy. Snoeyink received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Purdue University in 2012. Prior to joining the TTU faculty, Craig was a postdoctoral research fellow at TTU.