The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) enables Georgia Tech research, development, and deployment of Micro/Nano Enabled Electronic Systems and Nanotechnology and Nanoscience solutions for global challenges of a providing food, clean water, energy, healthcare, communications, and mobility. In doing so, our goals are to catalyze interdisciplinary collaborations and provide research support for these technologies across the Georgia Tech campus.

Our research focus is strengthened by organizing our efforts into 2 distinct, but overlapping efforts:

Nanotechnology at Georgia Tech

IEN is the focal point for nanoscience research at Georgia Tech by providing thought leadership, seeding new interdisciplinary research, and providing support to faculty working in materials, energy, manufacturing, chemistry, electronics, and biology.

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J Dark, H Ying, G Nunn, JD Cressler, D Davidovic
Journal of Applied Physics 125 – April 2019
T Huang, F Larraín, C Borca, C Fuentes-Hernandez, H Yan, S Schneider, W Chou, V Rodriguez-Toro, H Steinrück, C Cao, C Sherrill, B Kippelen, M Toney
Chemistry of Materials – May 2019
Daniel Struk, Amol Shirke, Alireza Mahdavifar, Peter J.Hesketh, Joseph R.Stetter
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 254, January 2018, Pages 771-777
KC See, JJ Urban, RA Segalman, NE Coates, SK Yee
US Patent 9,831,008
MC Wang, S Qiao, Z Jiang, SN Luo, J Qi
Phys. Rev. Lett. 116 (3), 036601

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