The MRS Medal for discovery of graphene thermal properties

Dr. Alexander Balandin

The first room temperature charge-density-wave devices and all-metallic switches based on 2D materials

ACS Nano (2019)

Nature Nanotechnology (2016)

The discrete noise of magnons – The first experimental study of the noise of magnons in spintronic devices

Applied Physics Letters (2019)

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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Extraordinary radiation hardness of charge-density-wave device: electronics without transistors

Nanoscale (2019)

Nanofabricating devices for the quantum leap

Adane Geremew

Read about new NDL and POEM Center research grants from NSF and DOE

Phonon spectrum engineering via nanostructuring and dopant introduction

Applied Physics Letters (2018)

Nature Communications (2016)

Brillouin-Mandelstam spectroscopy: probing GHz acoustic phonons

Dr. Fariboz Kargar

Raman optothermal technique developed by Balandin's group for 2D materials

J. of Raman Spectroscopy (2018)

Nature Materials (2011)

Nature Materials (2010)

Dr. Alexander Balandin is a recipient of the IEEE Pioneer Award in Nanotechnology. He is recognized as the Highly Cited Researcher according to Clarivate Analytics.

Dr. Alexander Balandin received The Brillouin Medal award from the International Phononics Society

State-of-the-art low-frequency noise laboratory – Electronic noise as the signal and sensing parameter

Nano Letters (2018)

Nature Nanotechnology (2013)

Record-high current densities in 2D and 1D van der Waals materials

Electron Device Letter (2018)

Nano Letters (2018)

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

Ece Aytan

Integrated 2D materials unlock graphene applications - from voltage-controlled oscillators to logic gates

Electron Device Letters (2018)

 UC Riverside Nanofabrication Cleanroom Facilities

 DoE EFRC Spins and Heat in Nanoscale Electronic Systems – SHINES