Washington University: Nanoscience and Thin Film Sciencehttp://wuphys.wustl.edu/~ramkik/
The group is based in the physics department at Washington University in St. Louis. Activities include research in condensed-matter and materials physics with applications in nanoscience, nanotechnology and thin film growth. Typical areas of relevance are magnetic nanostructures, nanostructured titania photocatalysts, ion beam modification of materials and practical ways to create desired nanostructures using directed self-assembly.
Submitted in section: Condensed Matter Physics: Research Groups and Centers: Washington University: Nanoscience and Thin Film Science