Dr. Tiwari to deliver invited talk at the 2016 MRS Spring Meeting

Our latest article "Atomically thin MoS2: A versatile Nongraphene 2D Material" to appear in Advanced Functional Materials 

NMRL’s Recent Graduate Dr. Gene Siegel to Join AFRL

NMRL receives a new patent entitled “Nanostructured films and related methods” US Patent# 9.057,144 (June 16, 2015)

Prof. Tiwari inducted into the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports, a journal from Nature Publishing Group

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

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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.


Monolayer MoS2 film
MoS2 contour mapping

Raman map of monolayer MoS2 film prepared by PLD technique. Gene et al, APL Materials 2015.

Ferromagnetic transistors
Ferro transistor

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