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Micro/Nano Scale Devices and Materials

Nanotechnology involves design and characterizing materials and devices whose structures can be measured in nanometers. A nanometer is 10-9 meters – about 1/75000 of the width of a human hair, or the width of two silicon atoms. Faculty in ECE do nanoscale and microscale (10-6 meters) research, related to topics including chemical and biological sensors, solar cell research, and quantum computing. ECE is also the home to the multidisciplinary Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering.

Researchers

Professor

Reese S. Terry Professor

Professor; Director, First-Year Engineering Program

Professor, Earl Parker Robinson Chair in Engineering

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, Endowed Robley D. Evans Faculty Fellow