Nanoscience Technology



The Institute for Nanoscience conducts multidisciplinary research at the intersections of the fields of materials, electronics and biology in the nanometer size domain. The objective is to provide the Navy and the DoD with scientific leadership in this complex, emerging area and to identify opportunities for advances in future Defense technology. Download the Nanoscience Technology section research articles here Nano_2012.pdf.

Research Articles

  • Trace Vapor Detection with Vertical Silicon Nanowire Arrays
    C.R. Field, H.J. In, S.L. Rose-Pehrsson, and P.E. Pehrsson

  • Ultrafast Optical Control of Entangled Spins
    S.G. Carter, D. Kim, A. Greilich, A.S. Bracker, and D.G. Gammon

  • Enhanced Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor Nanorods
    P.D. Cunningham, J.E. Boercker, M.P. Lumb, J.G. Tischler, J.S. Melinger, E.E. Foos, and A.R. Smith

  • Engineering Graphene Mechanics
    M.K. Zalalutdinov, J.T. Robinson, C.E. Junkermeier, J.C. Culbertson, T.L. Reinecke, R. Stine, P.E. Sheehan, B.H. Houston, and E.S. Snow

Research Groups

  • Acoustics Division, 7100
    • Physical Acoustics, 7130
    • Acoustic Signal Processing and Systems, 7160
    • Acoustic Simulation, Measurements & Tactics, 7180


Link to the Research Highlights page




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