Nanoscale Materials, Devices and Circuits
Advanced Nanofabrication and Devices Laboratory
Novel approaches to electronic and optoelectronic materials and device assembly. Addresses challenges in solar power generation, sensing, high gain materials and nanoscale lasers with particular interests in bio-assisted assembly, photoelectrochemical processes and optical cavity design.
Bio-Inspired Science and Nanotechnology Lab
Development of green and sustainable batteries and supercapacitors to power portable electronics and electric vehicles as well as 2D-materials and graphene films for future electronic and spintronic devices.
Laboratory for Integrated Circuits and Systems (LICS)
Conduct advanced research on integrated circuits and contribute, to the most extent, to the advancement of micro-nano-electronics.
Laboratory for Terascale and Terahertz Electronics (LATTE)
Primary emphasis is on modeling materials and heterolayers of materials at the atomic scale as shown at left and extracting properties and parameters relevant to device performance.
Nano-Device Laboratory (NDL)
Theoretical and experimental investigation of the properties of inorganic/organic/hybrid nanostructures and development of novel electronic/optical/thermoelectric devices and circuits based on these nanostructures.
Quantum Computing and Measurement Physics (QCAMP) Lab
Theory of quantum computing with superconducting qubits, continuous quantum measurement, and quantum feedback control.
Quantum Structures Laboratory
Explores Silicon-based and Zinc Oxide-based thin films, nanowires and quantum dots and their nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices.
SMIC-UCR-PKU Joint Center for ESD Protection Design
The JointESD Center is a world-class research center focusing on developing advanced ESD protection solutions for integrated circuits and systems at nano nodes.
Systems Optimization and Computer Architecture Lab (SoCAL)
The Systems Optimization and Computer Architecture Lab (SoCal) focuses on a broad range of computer systems-related research, spanning data centers to microarchitecture.