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Faculty Profile

Nanoscience and technology, nanoelectronics, surface and interface science, materials for alternative energy, nanowires, catalysis, sensors, organic electronics, nanotoxicology

Rutgers Chemistry #1 in Funding

Research Highlight

In the face of the growing demand of energy worldwide and the unabated negative environmental impacts of fossil fuels, alternative and greener energy sources are critically important.