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Nanostructures Laboratory, Princeton University

 

Prof. Stephen Y. Chou, Joseph C. Elgin Professor of Engineering, the head of the NanoStructure Laboratory at Princeton University, a member of US National Academy of Engineering, received his PhD from MIT (1986). He is recognized as a world leader, pioneer and inventor in a broad range of nanotechnologies. Dr. Chou’s pioneering research and inventions have shaped new paths in the fields of nanofabrication and nanoscale devices and materials (electrical, optical, magnetic, biological), and have brought significant impacts to both academia and industry. Dr. Chou’s key inventions and breakthroughs include nanoimprint lithography, self-perfection by liquefaction (SPEL), lithographically induced self-assembly (LISA), laser-assisted direct imprint (LADI), ultra-small transistors (conventional, quantum, and single electron), quantized magnetic disks (bit-patterned media), high speed photodetectors, subwavelength photonics, ultra-sensitive Raman and fluorescence sensors, and nano-biosensors. He has published over 400 journal and conference papers (H number >54) and given over 250 plenary and invited talks. As an entrepreneur, he founded Nanonex and NanoOpto, and is a co-Founder of BioNanoMatrix. Among other awards and honors, Dr. Chou is a recipient of IEEE Brunetti Award and Nano-50 Inventor Award, Packard Fellow, IEEE Fellow, AVS Fellow, and an Inductee of New Jersey High TechnologyHall of Fame.

 

Mission:

  • New nanotechnologies that will fabricate structures substantially smaller, better, and cheaper than current technology permits.
  • Innovative nanoscale electronic, optoelectronic, magnetic and biological devices and meta-materials by combining cutting-edge nanotechnology with frontier knowledge from different disciplines.

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Post-doc Openings:

For more details:

http://www.princeton.edu/~chouweb/

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