IRG4: Nanoengineered Composites for Energy-Efficient Devices and Applications PDF Print E-mail

O. Marcelo Suárez (PI), Nelson Sepúlveda, Agnes Padovani, David Suleiman, Guillermo Serrano and Paul Kohl

This IRG will focus on the engineering principles and fundamental science involved in the development of nanomaterials for energy-efficient devices and applications, including research on the functionalization and application-oriented characterization of various types of materials whose macroscale properties and applications depend on an intrinsic nanoscale structure. The program combines the following research areas: metal-based nanocomposites, polymer-based nanocomposites, and materials characterization and processing for device development.

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