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The NanoPower Research Labs at RIT are dedicated to the development of new materials and devices for power generation and storage for microelectronic components and micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS).
The mission of the Nanoscale Materials Technology program is to provide students a foundation in materials science, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and electronics. With strong supporting courses in Computer Aided Drafting, Vacuum Science and Technology, and Thin Film Deposition Techniques, students will be prepared for employment as highly qualified technicians in the emerging and highly technical semiconductor and superconductor manufacturing and research and development field.
CTSR is a designated US National Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center and includes research on plasma-based ultrafine particle synthesis.
CSEQuIN is focusing on studies and exploitation of spin effects in nanostructures in the following areas: inorganic semiconductors (quantum dots, nanoparticles), combinations of ferromagnetic metals and semiconductors, polymers, organics and biomolecules, and hybrids of these materials and structures.
The SMALLab deals with Small Tech, such as BioMEMS, microfluidics, and nanobiotechnology to build various nanobiosensors and microactuators.
The research objective of Prof. Hao Zeng's group is fundamental understanding of spin and magnetic properties in nanostructures. To achieve this goal, they are working on three broadly defined areas.1) Nanostructure synthesis/fabrication. The approaches include chemical synthesis, vapor phase growth and thin film deposition. 2) Device fabrication. We combine bottom-up self-assembly with top-down lithography (both optical and e-beam lithography) to fabricate charge transport devices. 3) Magnetism and spin dependent charge transport studies.
Albany NanoTech is a fully-integrated research, development, prototyping, pilot manufacturing and education resource managing a strategic portfolio of state-of-the-art laboratories, supercomputer and shared-user facilities and an array of research centers located at the University at Albany - SUNY
CNSE is the world's first college to offer comprehensive baccalaureate programs in Nanoscale Engineering and Nanoscale Science - groundbreaking educational and research curricula that will uniquely prepare students for growing scientific opportunities in the nanotechnology-enabled careers of the 21st century. Building on CNSE's pioneering graduate-level program - which was also a global first when it commenced in September 2004 - the bachelor's degree curriculum, features a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary, and truly innovative instructional portfolio centered on scholarly excellence that taps into CNSE's international academic leadership in nanoscale engineering and science.
This first-of-its-kind dual degree program provides pioneering education and training in both medicine and nanoscale science research, preparing a new generation of professionals for exciting 21st century careers as world-class research physicians in the emerging science and practice of nanomedicine.
The 'Nano+MBA' represents two dual-degree interdisciplinary programs: one program links the M.S. in Nanoscale Science with the Masters of Business Administration, and the other program links the M.S. in Nanoscale Engineering with the Masters of Business Administration. The 'Nano+MBA' is a cooperative effort between the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and the School of Business at the University at Albany. The goal of the program is to develop industry ready graduates who will be facilitators of change with the ability to integrate science, engineering, business, and management.
 
 
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