International Center for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials
Research Unit Profile
The University of Texas at Austin and the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Mexico (CONACYT) have created a center, the International Center for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (ICNAM), to foster collaboration between UT- Austin and Mexican Faculty in the areas of: Nanostructured Materials Nanoparticles Novel nanomaterials (nanowires, fullerenes, nanotubes, etc.) Modeling and simulations for applications to clean energy, biosensing, electronics, photonics, molecular machines, and environmental and other impacts of nanotechnologies on humans.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Ferreira, Paulo||Mechanical Engineering||-Crystalline Defects and Solid-Solid Interfaces -Electron Microscopy -Displacive Phase Transformations -High-Tc Superconductor Materials -Applied Magnetic Field Effects on Materials …|
|Freeman, Benny||Chemical Engineering||Dr. Freeman's research program explores the relationship between polymer structure, processing and properties. More specifically, they study the effect of polymer structure and superstructure on …|
|Hwang, Gyeong||Chemical Engineering||First principles-based multiscale modeling, synthesis-structure-property relationship of nanostructured materials, surface and interface chemistry, defect and dopant structure and dynamics, …|
|Kovar, Desiderio||Mechanical Engineering||-Nanoparticle Production -Nanostructured Films -Ceramics -Materials Science and Engineering Dr. Kovar specializes in processing/properties relationships of materials. His group's current …|
|Liechti, Kenneth||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics||-Interfacial force microscopy -Nano indentation of ultra thin films and self-assembled monolayers -Mechanics of adhesion and friction -Interfacial fracture mechanics -Experimental …|
|Manthiram, Arumugam||Mechanical Engineering||Development of low cost, more efficient materials for clean energy technologies: fuel cells, solar cells, lithium ion batteries, and supercapacitors. Dr. Manthiram's expertise is in the design, …|
|Nishiyama, Hiroshi||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Neurobiology||Dr. Nishiyama is currently focused on the following questions. • How is axonal structural plasticity regulated in the adult brain during learning? • How does axonal remodeling …|
|Paul, Donald||Chemical Engineering||Polymeric materials-properties, processing, blends, composites, membranes, barrier materials. Dr. Paul's research in polymers focuses on blends or alloys, composites and nanocomposites, barrier …|
|Peppas, Nikolaos||Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; College of Pharmacy||Polymer physics; Polymerization reaction engineering; Diffusion in polymers; Controlled drug delivery; Biomedical engineering; Biomaterials; Molecular modeling of protein structures in contact with …|
|Ruoff, Rodney||Mechanical Engineering||The Ruoff group is located in the department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Texas. Their major interests are: -Synthesis and properties of nanostructures and materials, including CNTs …|
|Sanchez, Isaac||Chemical Engineering||Statistical thermodynamics of bulk and interfacial phenomena in polymer liquids, solutions and blends; Solubility of fluids in polymers Computer simulations of polymer properties; …|