Professor Vashaee

Professor Vashaee

Runze Liu

Chris Boggs

Zach Fearnside

TEG

Haywood Hunter

Aditi Agarwal

Michael Hall

Abhishek Malhotra

Jie Liu

Amin Nozariasbmarz

Jie Liu

Aditi Agarwal

Amin Nozariasbmarz

Koushik Devarajan

Zack Coutant

Abhishek Malhotra

Abhishek Malhotra

Zack Coutant

Zack Coutant

Haywood Hunter

Characterization lab

Working with the thermal compression bonder

Working with thin film LFA

Abhishek Malhotra

Aditi & Michael

Zack & Michael

Jie Liu

Runze Liu

Aditi Agarwal

Abhishek Malhotra

Jie Liu

Amin Nozariasbmarz

Jie Liu

Haywood Hunter

Payam Norouzzadeh

Haywood Hunter

Grand canyon road trip

Scaffolds

Hollywood trip

Lipid rafts

Daryoosh Vashaee

Si46-VIII Clathrate

GBs

Highway 5, CA

California road trip

Body heat harvesting

Nano TEGs

Body heat harvesting with TEG

Bonding a TEG

A snowy day in NC

TEG armband

TEG

Flexible spreader TEG

Upper arm heat harvesting

Smart T-shirts

Wearable TEGs

Haywood testing a smart t-shirt

Body heat powered LED

Flexible TEG

Melissa testing a smart t-shirt

Arm heat powered LED

Wearable TEG and EKG sensor

Measuring Seebeck coefficient and electrical conductvity

Laser flash apparatus

With ASSIST

At APAC-Silicide conference

Lunch!

APAC Silicide - Japan 2016

WELCOME TO NANOSCIENCE AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH GROUP

We are the NanoScience and Engineering Research Group (NSERG) at North Carolina State University working in the area of nano energy materials and the interface of nano and bio materials.

Our research involves growth, fabrication, modeling and characterization of nano to micro scale structures and devices.

Multi-phase Nanocrystalline Thermoelectric Materials

In a multi component nanocrystalline material, crystallites and interfacial nanostructures form a disordered morphology. In such a disordered nanostructured material, the energy disruption for both electrons and phonons can happen in a time scale that is smaller or...

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Theory of nanoscale charge and energy transport

Coherent Potential Approximation (CPA) There is currently no quantum mechanical transport model for charge (or phonon) transport in multiphase nanocrystalline structures. Due to absence of periodicity, one cannot apply any of the elegant theorems, such as Bloch's...

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Solar hydrogen fuel

The market for hydrogen is vast consisting of recent demand for renewable energies and industrial and chemical processes needs such as methanol production, ammonia (NH3), removing sulfur from gasoline, float glass production, edible fat hydrogenation, weather...

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Optical characterizations and time resolved spectroscopy

Ultrafast laser pump-and-probe experiments can be used to probe carrier dynamics in electronic materials. The transient reflectivity and/or transmission measurement is an important application of the mode locked laser. Such lasers have been used to determine the...

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Biomedical Materials

Losing organs and tissues is a significant human health problem. Tissue engineering is well-known as a new approach for repair, replacement or regeneration of tissues and organs that are damaged through traumatic injuries, aging or illness. In the last two decades,...

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Ph.D. and Post Doctorate Openings

If you feel your expertise fits with our research, please contact me via email. In your email, please list your experiences in an outlined format without detailed description. I am not able to respond to all emails, but if there is an opening in your research area, I will contact you.