Department of Physics 





Nanomagnetism Research Group

 Lab Location:
 425 Egan Research Center
 Lab Phone: 617-373-4530
 Fax: 617-373-2943

                           MENON LAB
Our research program is interdisciplinary at the interface of nanomaterials, physics, engineering and biology. The main focus is on the development of nanomaterials for applications in nanoelectronics, optoelectronics, spintronics, energy applications and biology. Current research interests are in the area of nanoporous alumina templates for synthesis of nanowire arrays, titania nanotubes for energy applications and spintronics, GaN and related nanowires for electronic and spintronic applications and Au nanowires for neuronal interfacing.  

In the News

National Synchrotron Light Sources,

Small Times,

Nano Science and Technology Institute,

Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas Newsletter, June 2004

Institute of Physics Website, June 2004,

 Tom Simonite. Nano-welding could join molecular devices,” New Scientist, Mar, 2006

Tod Cudd  “Not Today But Here Tomorrow - The future of quantum computing at UNL”