Nano, 2D & Composite Materials

Overview

Materials engineers use nanotechnology to envision radically new devices and applications that can be made at the nano-scale.  

Research Topics

    • Nano carbon surface modification (layer-by-layer deposition)
    • Synthesis, property-structure relationship of new energy materials
    • Development of electrochemical synthesis methods for nanostructured metals, alloys and composites  
    • Nano fabrication 
    • Bio-Inspired nanostructures 
    • Integration of “top down and “bottom up” nanofabrication 
    • Nanostructured growth & characterization 
    • Solar fuel materials 
    • Cellular Hybrid Materials

Related Faculty

Erb, Uwe

Uwe Erb 

Nanomaterials Research Group

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Glenn Hibbard 

Cellular Hybrid Materials Research Group

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Jun Nogami 

 Nanostructured Growth & Characterization Laboratory

Perovic, Doug D.

Doug Perovic  

Co-Director of OCCAM

Prof. Harry Ruda

Harry Ruda 

Electronic-Photonic Materials Group

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Jane Howe 

In-situ and correlative microscopy group

Singh, Chandra Veer

Chandra Singh 

Computational Materials Engineering (CME) Laboratory

Sone, Eli D.

Eli Sone 

Biological and Bioinspired Materials Laboratory

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Yu  Zou 

Laboratory for Extreme Mechanics & Additive Manufacturing

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Naomi Matsuura

Biological and Bioinspired Materials Laboratory

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Keryn Lian 

Flexible Energy & Electronics (FEE) Laboratory

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