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IGERT: Atomic and Molecular Imaging of Interfaces/Defects in Electronic, Spintronic, and Organic/Inorganic Materials

University of Texas at Austin

Abstract

Interfaces and defects have played the most important roles in determining the performance of modern electronics. The rapid progress of nanoscience and technology further amplifies the critical roles of interfaces/defects since, in nanostructures, the volume ratio of interfaces and defects grows significantly with the size reduction. This IGERT proposal… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Awarded to trainee Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Symposium: Collaborative approaches to nanoscience research Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Trainees organize symposium in nanoscience Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Plasmonic Nanolaser Using Epitaxially Grown Silver Film Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
All-optical approach for structure determination Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Center for Next Generation Photovoltaics Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Trainee co-mentors students, wins awards Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Trainee hosted seminar speakers Showcase Achievement 12/18/12
Collaborative project: Systematic near-field and far-field study of surface plasmon propagation in polycrystalline and single-crystal Ag waveguides at visible frequencies Showcase Highlight 11/21/11
Summer Nanoscience Academy Showcase Achievement 10/24/11