Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Surfaces and Interfaces

The surface and interface properties of polymers, ceramics, superconductors, metals and nanotubes are investigated using state-of-the art experimental and modelling tools. Using powerful tools to "see the surface," scientists understand the orientation of magnetic domains in superconductors and placing individual molecules in precise patterns to control biomaterials. High resolution microscopes are used to image nanoscale ionic aggregates in polymers or subnanometer features in nanotubes. Atomic scale modeling is used to interpret experimental results and direct future experiments.
Biotechnology Biotechnology
Biomolecular engineering reflects the much-needed interface between biology and engineering. Biofab...
Composites Composites
Composite materials are a new class of materials that combine two or more separate components into ...
Electrochemistry Electrochemistry
Electrochemistry is somehow the heart of research projects in the Department of Materials Science &...
Metals Metals
Metals...
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