Nano-assembled hybrid materials for smart technology

Our research interests span traditional topics in condensed matter physics along with emerging multi-disciplinary themes. We focus on the physics of novel materials and develop techniques and protocols to manipulate their properties for applications in energy storage and information processing devices.Our specific research interests include:

  • directed assembly of nanoparticles using active soft materials 
  • nanoplasmonics for renewable energy
  • nanomagnetism 

Recent news

Jussi Amaral wins the Presidential Dissertation Year Fellowship for AY 2015-2016

Makiko Tsukamoto Quint wins the Faculty Mentor Fellowship for AY 2015-2016

John Parades wins the Helen Quinn Award for the best oral presentation in Undergraduate theory/computational research at the APS FWS conference in Reno (2014)