Electron Conduction on the Nanoscale

William E. Bailey
Materials Science and Engineering

Nanoscale magnetic films and heterostructures, materials issues in spin-polarized transport, materials engineering of magnetic dynamics
Katayun Barmak
Materials Science and Engineering


Processing and structure (crystal structure and microstructure) relationships to electrical and magnetic properties of metal films; developing transmission electron microscopy automated orientation imaging techniques that can be applied to the study of nanostructured materials; use of differential scanning calorimetry for the study solid state reactions and phase transformations in thin films

Latha Venkataraman
Applied Physics

Single-molecule transport and mechanics, electron transport at the nano-scale, x-ray photoemission spectroscopy

Nanfang Yu
Applied Physics


Nanophotonics, mid-infrared and far-infrared optics and optoelectronic devices, 2D and 1D designer optical structures, active plasmonics and meta-surfaces integrating gain and nonlinear media, quantum cascade lasers, infrared imaging and spectroscopy, biophysics: perception and control of infrared radiation by insects

 


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