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hybrid perovskite single crystals
rubrene OFETs

Rutgers Materials Science and Engineering Facilities

 

MERL cleanroom

Nano-Physics

Fabrication

Facility

Biomedical

Cleanroom

Nanoparticle Scale-up and Manufacturing lab (Tse/Kear)

Chemistry

Cleanroom

(open in 2016)

Special

Application Focus

Sensors Electronics

Photonics

Spintronics

Quantum Computing

Biomaterials,

Nanotoxicity

Drug delivery micro-fluidics

Coatings

Energy

Catalysis

Bionanotech

Energy

Materials

and/or structure focus

Si, Ge, III-Vs, ZnO, SiC, ALD, MOCVD, nano-wires/rods, wet lab, lithography

E-beam litho, MBE, film deposition, topological insulators…

Soft materials

Biomaterials

Polymers

Oxides

Alloys

Carbides

Nitrides

Surface functionalization, Organic and hybrid materials and devices, high surface area/porous materials

Characterization

Electrical

FESEM

 Cell viability

In-situ laser optical

Surface chemical characterization – optical , u-FTIR/Raman, UV-Vis, PV, AFM

Unique

features

Nano-imprint

lithography, ZnO MOCVD nanostructures

E-beam

Cell and tissue studies, imaging

High volume gas phase synthesis of NP, NWs and films

Nanochem synthesis and integration, organic/hybrid device, EUV nanolitho resist development

Size (sq. ft)

4000

1000

700

600

1000

Director

Y. Lu

M. Gershenson

J. Zahn

S. Tse

KB Lee, J. Li

 

FacilityFacility Type
Laboratory for Surface Modification (LSM) Large Laboratory
Microelectronics Research Laboratory (MERL) Large Laboratory
Confocal Microscopy Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Electron Microscopy Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Ion-Beam Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Laser Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Micro-Analytical Laboratory Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Microscopy Sample Preparation Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Nano-Fabrication Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
NJ Nano Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory
Helium Ion Microscope Smaller or Individual Faculty Laboratory

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