Construction in front of Dreese Lab between the Northwest parking garage may be inconvenient for pedestrians for a few days. However, with the recent addition of the Veeco 930 Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) to SEAL, and an eye on future growth of SEAL and the Dreese Lab Cleanroom, the project became essential. The current system features underground delivery of the liquid nitrogen, which makes maintenance and additional cunstruction relatively complex, involving removing sidewalk and digging to work with the pipe. This construction serves as scheduled maintenance to a 20 year old system while also supplying a new and more efficient vacuum jacketed liquid nitrogen pipe for safe nitrogen delivery.
Metamaterials with Smart Reconfiguration for Broadband RF Antennas
Lead: Marcelo Dapino, Mechanical Engineering; Co-Applicants: Suresh Babu, Industrial Systems Engineering; John Volakis, Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Economical Platforms for FET-based Protein Detection to Support Sensor Clinical Translation
Lead: Stephen C. Lee, Biomedical Engineering; Co-Applicant: Paul Berger, Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Use of Electrospun Biomaterials as Carriers of Bone Marrow Derived Stem/Progenitor Cells to Stimulate Tissue Neovascularization
Lead: Nicanor I. Moldovan, Internal Medicine; Co-Applicant: John J. Lannuti, Materials Science and Engineering.
Exploring Electrically Tunable Magnetism in Gd-doped Nitride Quantum Structures
Lead: Roberto C. Myers; Materials Science and Engineering & Electrical Computer Engineering; Co-Applicants: Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin, Physics; Michael Mills, Materials Science and Engineering.
Synthesis of III-V Semiconductor Nanowire Heterostructures Using Metalorganic Chemical Vapor
Lead: Fengyuan Yang, Materials Science and Engineering; Co-Applicants: Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin, Physics; Roberto C. Myers, Materials Science and Engineering & Electrical and Computer Engineering.
- Super Insights into ”Superalloys” (Michael Mills)
- IMR Funded Research: Assembly of Biomolecular Materials (Dennis Bong)
- Faculty Spotlight: Jay Gupta, Physics
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