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Research - Nanotechnology

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Research - Nanotechnology

Interdisciplinary Excellence Built On World-Class Knowledge

Nanotechnology Groups

  • CMMS Computational Mechanics and Materials Science Laboratory.
  • Materials Research Group synthesis, processing and characterization of materials towards biomedical, piezoelectric, and sensor applications.

Nanotechnology Researchers

Faculty Profiles

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Yuehe Lin
Professor - Laboratory Fellow
Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry from University of Idaho, Moscow, ID in 1997 with MME since 2013;
Laboratory Fellow; Joint Appointment with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, more...

Research Areas

  • Synthesis and characterization of functional nanomaterials
  • Materials and devices for sensing, bioimaging, and drug delivery
  • Materials and systems for water monitoring and treatment
  • Nanomaterials for fuel cells, batteries, and supercapacitors
  • Electrochemistry, electrocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis
  • Immunosensors, paper and microfluidic biosensors for biomarker detection
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