he core of our research program is materials innovation for enabling new device structures and concepts. We study a wide range of electronic materials in both planar and 3D geometries. In all cases, we explore new schemes of manipulating, processing, and engineering materials - often at the ultimate limits - to enable new functionalities and properties.

Our projects represent a balance between short- and long-term applications, some of which have already been successfully transitioned to industry for further R&D. We are highly interdisciplinary, with students and postdoctoral fellows from electrical engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, and physics departments.


Position openings:  We are always looking for talented Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows to join our group.

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