Design and development of microfabrication technologies and their applications to micro/nano devices and systems for chemical and biological sensing, small-scale energy conversion and harvesting.
Raceways fabrication technique caps 25 years of microball bearing research for Ghodssi research group.
“Electronic modulation of biochemical signal generation” published in Nature Nanotechnology
The center develops highly ordered nanostructures that offer a unique way of looking at the science of energy storage.
The program is part of a broad partnership between Maryland and Trento, Italy.
The Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A
is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the American Vacuum Society.
Ghodssi, Hanrahan and colleagues document the efficacy of using integrated retainer rings in tiny MEMS turbines.
Researchers from MSAL produce the first demonstration of an integrated permanent-magnet micro-turbo-generator supported on micro-ball bearings.
Publication focuses on opportunities in mesoscale science.
Student presented his dissertation work on friction, wear, and lubrication of micro-scale ball bearing systems.
The students are part of the MEMS Sensors and Actuators Laboratory.
Deutsch Foundation-sponsored Clark School research offers multi-pronged attack on major medical problem.
Article on thin films also highlights work of MSE grad student Konstantinos Gerasopoulos.
Joint efforts to target bioengineering, renewable energy, nanomaterials, microsystems, education.
Grad student takes 1st place and $1500 prize.
Student recognized for work on nanoscale, virus-templated batteries.
Virally structured nano-electrodes boost energy capacity tenfold.
Student presents work on microfabricated energy storage devices made with biological templates.
Viruses used as structural template for lithium ion battery components.
Konstantinos Gerasopoulos discussed new virus-based nanomanufacturing technology.
Ghodssi to take office October 1.
Maryland NanoCenter researchers create new device to store electrical energy.
Reza Ghodssi co-authors paper describing major microbattery breakthrough.
Research team includes Bentley, Ghossi, Payne, Rubloff.
Cellular and biomolecular engineering research to focus on biofunctionalized devices.
Deutsch Foudation will fund Clark School bioengineering research on the nanoscale.
A material found in crab shells is part of a new sensor system.
Researcher will be working on microelectronics process technology.