We are a nanoscience and nanotechnology research group in the School of Materials Science and Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Our recent research is focused on the fundamental science in the physical and chemical processes in nanomaterials growth, unique properties of nanosystems, novel in-situ measurement techniques, and new applications of nano-scale objects. We are interested in the integration of nanomaterials with microsystems and self-assembly of nanostructures.
Our objective is to develop in-situ, real-time, wireless, and implantable nanodevices and nanosystems for biomedical applications.
Prof Zhong L. Wang
Jingang Li, Ph.D.
In this interview, AZoNano discusses the development of a novel solid-state optical nanomotor, which is driven by light.
Professor Jacek Jasienak
In this interview, we discuss a nanoparticle ink used to produce low-cost printable perovskite solar cells, helping to catalyze the technology transition toward commercial viable perovskite-based devices.
Ping Wang, Ph.D.
We speak with researchers behind the latest advancement in graphene hBN research that could boost the development of next-generation electronic and quantum devices.
NMR spectroscopy is a characterization technique that is extensively used by chemical researchers.
Inoveno’s PE-550 is a best-selling electrospinning/spraying machine that can be used for the continuous production of nanofibers.
The Filmetrics R54 advanced sheet resistance mapping tool for semiconductor and compound semiconductor wafers.