Center for Advanced Electronic Materials
- The Center for Advanced Electronic Materials is a group of faculty in the Materials Science and Engineering Department who make and characterize electronic, optical, magnetic and ferroelectric materials.
- The goal of CSTEC is to discover and develop the science necessary to maximize the energy conversion efficiencies of photovoltaic (PV) and thermoelectric (TE) devices through integrated theoretical, experimental, and computational strategies.
- The Applied Physics Program addresses the quickening pace of development at the frontier between physics and engineering.
Molecularly Designed Electronic, Photonic, and Nanostructured Materials
- The Molecularly Designed Electronic, Photonic, and Nanostructured Materials is an Integrated Graduate Education and Research Training Program (IGERT) funded by the NSF.
- The Macromolecular Science and Engineering studies the science and technology of synthetic and natural macromolecules.
The Michigan Computational Materials Center
- The Michigan Computational Materials Center focuses on molecular and continuum simulations of material processes.
- Combining the efforts of computational and experimental researchers, the goal of this center is development of an integrated suite of validated computational tools that are designed to accelerate the development of new structural metals.