Energy Storage The future depends on society's ability to store energy. To this demand, our research focuses on cathode materials for multivalent batteries.
Welcome the Lab of Nanoelectronics

The long term objective of our lab has been to investigate electronic and optical materials and device fabrication processes for scaling down integrated circuits. Early work consisted of employing lasers and lamps to grow silicon-based and compound semiconductor films at low temperatures. This was followed by developing atomic layer deposition (ALD) for growth of nano-scale thin films. Our group was one of the first in US to work on ALD. The current research falls under the general categories of nanoelectronics, bio-electronics, and alternate energy sources, all of which have a common thread of solving problems related to improving economic and human conditions.