Daniel Gamelin holds the Nicole A. Boand Endowed Chair in Chemistry at the UW. His research involves the development of new inorganic materials with unusual electronic structures that give rise to desirable photophysical, photochemical, magnetic, or magneto-optical properties. Honors for... Read more
Xiaosong Li is the Harry and Catherine Jaynne Boand Endowed Professor of Chemistry. His research focuses on developing and applying time-dependent relativistic and non-relativistic electronic structure theories for studying excited state chemical processes that underpin energy conversion, photocatalysis, and ultrafast... Read more
Xiaodong Xu is Boeing Distinguished Professor in the Departments of Physics, and Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Washington. His group is interested in understanding the optical, electronic, and quantum properties of novel solid state nanostructures by... Read more
Jiun-Haw Chu joined the Department of Physics as an Assistant Professor in March 2016. His research is focused on synthesis and characterization of materials with unconventional electronic and magnetic ground states, such as high temperature superconductors and topological insulators. The... Read more
Brandi Cossairt is a Professor of Chemistry. Research in the Cossairt lab centers on the synthetic inorganic chemistry of solution-phase nanomaterials with emphasis on developing new emitters for energy-efficient LED technologies, absorbers for solar energy harvesting, and catalysts for chemical... Read more
Matthew Crane is a Washington Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Gamelin Laboratories at the University of Washington, where he investigates the optical and electronic properties of doped, nanostructured perovskites within MEM-C. He is also a co-founder of BlueDot Photonics,... Read more
My research interests focus on electron physics in low-dimensional systems; quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots. Electron-electron interaction leads to a number of fascinating phenomena in these systems, such as the formation of Luttinger liquid in one-dimensional systems, and the Coulomb... Read more
David Cobden is Professor of Physics at University of Washington. He studies the physics in nanowires, nanotubes, and two-dimensional materials, with particular interests in low-dimensional, topological and many-body effects and phase transitions. His group fabricates a variety of nanoscale device... Read more
Jim De Yoreo is an Affiliate Professor of Chemistry and of Materials Science and Engineering. Research in the De Yoreo lab focuses on understanding the pathways and dynamics of nucleation, growth, transformation and self-assembly in synthetic, biomolecular, and geochemical environments.... Read more
Professor Scott Dunham, EE Dept., University of Washington .The Nanotechnology Modeling Lab at the University of Washington is part of the Electrical Engineering Department in the College of Engineering. The efforts within the Lab are focused on obtaining basic understanding... Read more
Kai-Mei Fu is Associate Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering at University of Washington. In the Optical Spintronics and Sensing Lab we study defects in crystals. Defects have historically played an essential role in classical electronic/optical devices. Now new, nanoscale, devices... Read more
David Ginger is CEI’s chief scientist and Alvin L. and Verla R. Kwiram Endowed Professor of Chemistry and Washington Research Foundation Distinguished Scholar in Chemistry at the UW. Ginger earned his Ph.D. in physics in the optoelectronics group at the... Read more
Vincent Holmberg is an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. His research group focuses on the large-scale production of nanocrystals and nanowires synthesized by scalable solution-based and supercritical fluid-based processes for energy conversion and energy storage applications.
Nathan Kutz is the Robert Bolles and Yasuko Endo Professor of Applied Mathematics. His research involves data-driven modeling of complex physical systems, including the use of modern machine learning algorithms integrated with dynamical systems theory. His recent efforts have focused... Read more
Mo Li is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics. Research in Li lab focuses on integrated and quantum photonic systems, optoelectronic devices and materials, optomechanics, NEMS/MEMS, and spintronics.
Christine Luscombe is currently the Robert J. Campbell Associate Professor in Material Science and Engineering at the UW. She received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Cambridge (UK) in 2005. She has received the CAREER Award from the... Read more
Devin MacKenzie is a faculty member in the Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Departments at UW and is the Technical Director of the Clean Energy Institute's Washington Clean Energy Testbeds (WCET). Devin's research focuses on sustainable, additive and... Read more
Arka Majumdar is an Assistant Professor in the departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics at the University of Washington, Seattle. His research interests include developing a hybrid integrated nanophotonic platform using emerging material systems (such as atomically thin... Read more
Since 2010 Prof. Pauzauskie has served as an assistant professor in the Materials Science & Engineering department at the University of Washington. Research in the Pauzauskie lab is focused on the design, synthesis, and experimental characterization of biocompatible nanomaterials for targeted photothermal... Read more
Lilo Pozzo is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington. Research in the Pozzo laboratory focuses on understanding, manipulating and controlling structure and properties of soft materials including polymers, colloids and nanomaterials. The Pozzo laboratory develops and... Read more
Jihui Yang is currently the Kyocera Chair Professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department. Jihui’s current research includes materials for solid state energy conversion, electrochemical energy storage, electrocatalysis, and spintronics. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Ting Cao is an Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering. Research in the Cao group primary focuses on the electronic structures, excited-state properties, and light-matter interactions of one- and two-dimensional material systems.
Cole DeForest the Dan Evans Career Development Assistant Professor in the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering. His research integrates the governing principles of rational design with fundamental concepts from material science, synthetic chemistry, protein engineering, and stem cell biology... Read more
Munira Khalil is a Professor of Chemistry. Her research group develops new femtosecond tools spanning the infrared to X-rays in order to measure correlated electronic and atomic/vibrational (vibronic) degrees of freedom in condensed phase molecular and material systems with high... Read more
Alshakim Nelson is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. The Nelson lab develops stimuli-responsive polymers and biomaterials for 3D printing with a particular focus on hydrogels and ion gels. These materials are of particular interest for applications such as cell-immobilized bioreactors,... Read more
Matt O’Donnell is the Frank and Julie Jungers Dean Emeritus of Engineering and Professor of Bioengineering at UW. His most recent research has explored new imaging modalities in biomedicine, including elasticity imaging, in vivo microscopy, optoacoustic arrays, photoacoustic contrast agents... Read more
Nadya directs the Machine Agency at the University of Washington where she is an assistant professor in Human-Centered Design and Engineering. Her research focuses on harnessing the precision of machines for the creativity of individuals.
Jerry Seidler is a Professor of Physics. Research in the Seidler lab focuses on the development and use of advanced x-ray spectroscopy instrumentation for use in both individual laboratories and at major x-ray facilities. Applications span clean energy, environmental remediation,... Read more
Ashleigh Theberge is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Research in the Theberge lab focuses on using new open microfluidic methods for material science and biomedical applications. Our new method to pattern hydrogels in three dimensions enables patterning of materials that... Read more
Alexandra Velian is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Research in the Velian group is centered on creating deterministic and modular syntheses for atomically defined nanostructures, with emergent physical and chemical properties. Of special interest are Single Atom Catalysts, designed to... Read more
Matt Yankowitz is an Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Washington, with a joint appointment in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Research in his group focuses on the investigation of topology, correlations, magnetism, and symmetry in... Read more