The mission of the Nano-Device Laboratory (NDL) research group is theoretical
and experimental investigation of the properties of inorganic / organic / hybrid nanostructures
and development of novel electronic / optical / thermoelectric devices and circuits based on these nanostructures.
Nanoelectronic devices under development
may utilize the same operational principles as the conventional microelectronic
devices or use completely new principles, based on a variety of novel
phenomena that appear at thenanometer length scale.
Photo:. NDL Team 2005 Line-up in Bourns Hall. From left to right:
Mr. Yun Bao, Dr. Weili Liu,
Mr. Khan Alim, Mr. Manu Shamsa,
Prof. Alexander A. Balandin, Dr. Evgenii P. Pokatilov,
Dr. Denis L. Nika,
Dr. Vladimir A. Fonoberov, UCR 2005.
The uniqueness of the Nano-Device Laboratory (NDL)
is in combination of the theoretical and experimental expertise
in the same research group. NDL team members
agressively carry out research all the way from the
development of the theoretical concept to practical application.
Photo 3. All the great folks of NDL squeezed in the
spectroscopy room. Bourns B140. UCR 2004.
More information on the projects
currently under way in the Nano-Device Laboratory (NDL) can be
To join NDL as a graduate student or postdoctoral research visit
the web-page HERE.
To learn more about course offering in the field of Nano Materials,
Devices and Circuits (NMDC) visit the web-page HERE.