Nanoelectronics, Electromagnetics & Photonics
Current Research in the Department
Nanoelectronics, electromagnetics & photonics at UD encompass a broad spectrum of research activity ranging from exploring the fundamental nature of electronic materials to developing new photonic and nanoelectronic devices and systems. We have a large and dynamic group of faculty and graduate students engaged in a wide range of cutting-edge research programs. Some examples include solar cell research aimed at harvesting the sun’s energy at record-breaking efficiencies, novel light emitting devices, and new systems of millimeter and terahertz imaging. The departments' extensive state-of-the-art clean rooms and nanofabrication facilities are available to all graduate students. Graduates go on to successful careers in academia, industry and government laboratories.
Refer to Faculty Matrix to see the faculty who perform research in this area.
Refer to Concentrations page to see the ELEG courses offered in this area.