The MRS Medal for discovery of graphene thermal properties

Dr. Alexander Balandin

Demonstration of the first room temperature charge-density-wave device implemented with three different 2D materials

Nature Nanotechnology (2016)

Visible and UV micro-Raman spectroscopy: from ultra-low to high wave numbers

Ece Aytan

Observation of confined acoustic phonon branches in individual free-standing semiconductor nanowires – Phonon engineering

Nature Communications (2016)

Measurement of the spin-phonon coupling in antiferromagnetic NiO: implications for spintronic devices

Applied Physics Letters (2017)

Dr. Alexander Balandin is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Applied Physics Letters

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Demonstration of X-ray radiation hardness of charge-density-wave devices: applications in electronics without transistors

Electron Device Letters (2017)

Nanofabricating devices for the quantum leap

Adane Geremew

Read about new NDL and POEM Center research grants from SRC, DARPA and NSF

Quasi-1D van der Walls materials with the record high current density and low noise: applications in ultimately downscaled interconnects and device channels

Nano Letter (2017)

Brillouin-Mandelstam spectroscopy: probing GHz acoustic phonons

Dr. Fariboz Kargar

Discovery of unique heat conduction properties of graphene: Raman optothermal measurement technique

Nature Materials (2011)

Dr. Alexander Balandin received the IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology for his research on nanoscale phonon engineering and applications in electronics and energy conversion.

Dr. Guanxiong Liu received the best poster award in MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit, Phoenix, Arizona 2016

State-of-the-art low-frequency noise laboratory – Electronic noise as a signal in graphene sensors 

 Nature Nanotechnology (2013)

Graphene-on-diamond devices with the highest current-carrying capacity: sp2 carbon on sp3 carbon technology

Nano Letters (2012)

Integrated trio of 2D materials unlocks graphene electronics applications – flexible voltage controlled oscillators

 Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering – CNSE Nanofabrication Facility

 DoE EFRC Spins and Heat in Nanoscale Electronic Systems – SHINES