Nanoelectronic Materials, Processes, and Devices

Carbon nanotubes evaluated in part by comparing the results to electron micrographs, which revealed uneven composition such as large bundles of nanotubes and impurities such as metallic particles. Photo courtesy of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Leading Edge Research at the Nanoscale

UDRI offers basic and applied research on nanoelectronic materials synthesis, characterization, and device fabrication and performance. We maintain state-of-the-art synthesis and characterization facilities for analyzing nanoelectronic materials, as well as a design, machining, and fabrication facility to support research activities. Our reseachers strive to lead the science and engineering of nanoelectronic materials and to provide the best possible support to our customers.

Capabilities

  • Investigation of electron and phonon transport using both theoretical models based on fundamental physical principles and transport experiments
  • Growth of nanoelectronic materials using physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, and other relevant processes and characterization using a variety of electrical measurement techniques
  • Research of electronic materials and device reliability using both modeling and experimentation

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Top: Carbon nanotubes evaluated in part by comparing the results to electron micrographs, which revealed uneven composition such as large bundles of nanotubes and impurities such as metallic particles. Photo courtesy of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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University of Dayton Research Institute


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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 7759
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