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_2010.pdf.

Research Articles

  • Spectral Tuning of Organic Nanocolloids
    C.M. Spillmann, J. Naciri, G.P. Anderson, M. Chen, and B.R. Ratna

  • Spin Rotation for Quantum Information
    S.E. Economou, A. Greilich, and T.L. Reinecke

  • Sheet of Carbon Atoms Points Way to Ultra-fast Transistors
    D.K. Gaskill, P.M. Campbell, G.G. Jernigan, J.B. Boos, J.G. Tischler, E.R. Glaser, J.C. Culbertson, J.L. Tedesco, R.L. Myers-Ward, C.R. Eddy, Jr., N.A. Papanicolaou, J.G. Champlain, D. Park, and R. Bass

  • Functionalized CMOS Nanomechanical Resonators for Chem-Bio Sensing
    J.W. Baldwin, M. Zalalutdinov, J.S. Burgess, and B.H. Houston

Research Groups

  • Center for Biomolecular Science & Engineering, 6900
    • Laboratory for Biosensors & Biomaterials, 6910
    • Laboratory for Biomolecular Dynamics, 6920
    • Laboratory for the Study of Molecular Interfacial Interaction, 6930
    • Laboratory for Molecularly Engineered Materials & Surfaces, 6950
  • Acoustics Division, 7100
    • Physical Acoustics, 7130
    • Acoustic Signal Processing and Systems, 7160
    • Acoustic Simulation, Measurements & Tactics, 7180

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