Our class 1000 clean room is open to all faculty, students, researchers,
government labs and companies.
The FabLab staff have combined over 100 years of fabrication experience using
standard techniques for deposition, lithography and metrology.
Learn more about the FabLab
The AIMLab gives researchers the capability to visualize and characterize
their research by utilizing the lastest in SEM and TEM technology. Our staff
can train you to use our equipment or handle the job for you.
Learn more about using the AIMLab
The Maryland NanoCenter is the hub of a network of interdisciplinary researchers,
faculty, labs, and organizations with the goal of advancing the knowledge and understanding of
all things nano.
This website is here for information on our efforts, encourage collaborations, and facilitate
our current users. While you are here, you can use this website to:
1. Building self-healing alloy architecture for stable sodium-ion batteries anodes: a case study of Tin anode materials
Jianfeng Mao, Xiulin Fan, Chao Luo, Chunsheng Wang
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016-03, (), pp.
2. Production of Reactive Oxygen Species and Electrons from Photoexcited ZnO and ZnS Nanoparticles: A Comparative Study for Unraveling their Distinct Photocatalytic Activities
Weiwei He, Huimin Jia, Junhui Cai, Xiangna Han, Zhi Zheng, Wayne G. Wamer, Jun-Jie Yin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2016-01, (), pp.
3. Solid Electrolyte Lithium Phosphous Oxynitride as a Protective Nanocladding Layer for 3D High-Capacity Conversion Electrodes
Chuan-Fu Lin, Malachi Noked, Alexander C. Kozen, Chanyuan Liu, Oliver Zhao, Keith Gregorczyk, Liangbing Hu, Sang Bok Lee, Gary W. Rubloff
ACS Nano, 2016-01, (), pp.
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Clark School’s Amazing Transparent Wood Featured in New York Times
A View Through Wood Shows Futuristic Applications
Rubloff, Ghodssi to speak at TechConnect World Innovation Conference and Expo
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