Laboratory for Surface and Nanostructure Modification
Top (from L to R): Gaurav Rao, Dale Soney, Perrine Mathieu, Don Dick, Wilfredo Cabrera, Dr. Yves Chabal, Nour Nijem, Collin Chiles, Saeedeh Ravandi, Abraham Vega, Karla Bernal Ramos, Weina Peng, Tatiana Peixoto, Chenglong Jiang, Cheng Gong, Dr. Guylhaine Clavel, Kui Tan, Dr. Jean Francois Veyan
Bottom (from L to R): Ryan Harmon, Tyson Bartlett, Nikhil Karnik, Christian, Dr. Oliver Seitz, Dr. Katy Roodenko, Dr. Jinhee Kwon, Louis Caillard, Irinder Chopra
Our group is interdisciplinary in nature, with collaborations in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and with UT Southwestern Medical School. We have ongoing collaborations with National Laboratories (NIST, BNL, Sandia), with laboratories in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Korea and Japan, and with US industries (TI, Qualcomm, Intel, SAFC Hitech, Air Products). We also have access to the National Synchrotron Light Source at Brookhaven Laboratory. Our goal is to develop the synergy necessary for substantial scientific advances in interfacial science and nanoelectronics, and to benefit in the process core US industries and national initiatives of the Department of Energy.
To achieve this goal, our group leverages the strengths of diverse and highly motivated researchers (students, postdocs, research associates, visitors) with complementary expertise and interests. We also interact very closely with all the other research groups of the Materials Science and Engineering located in the Natural Science and Engineering Research Laboratory.