laser

Pictured above is a photograph of laser ablation process.

Dr. Tiwari to lead IRG2 of University of Utah's NSF-MRSEC on “Next Generation Materials for Plasmonics and Spintronics”

NMRL at 2014 MRS Spring Meeting

Our latest paper in Nature’s Scientific Reports

Dr. Tiwari receives 2013 IAAM Medal

NMRL receives 2 new patents:US Patent # 8,431,928 (April 30, 2013)and US Patent # 8,415,556 (April 9, 2013)

Google Scholar Citations

Dr. Tiwari invited to join Entrepreneurial Faculty Scholars

Nanostructured Materials

Nanostructured materials research lab is actively involved in cutting-edge research focused on advanced materials. Our focus is on low-deminsional systems such as thin films, nanodots, and multi-layered structures. Various different projects are currently ongoing in the lab. More details about our group and specific research projects can be found by navigating this Web site.

Re Highlights

Organic Solar Cell
nano plant diagram

We have developed a new class of Dye-Sensitized Solar cells using Nanoplant-like electrodes US Patent # 7,804,149 B2 (Sep. 28, 2010)


Ferromagnetic transistors
Ferro transistor

Ferromagnetic Dielectrics to pave way for next generation Spin LEDs and Spin FETs...