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Development of Reconfigurable Nanomaterials and Device Concepts for Sensing and Energy Conversion


Sensors Electron Devices Directorate, Solid State Science

RO# Location
76.31.04.B8077 Adelphi, MD 207831197


Name E-mail Phone
Sablon, Kimberly A 301.394.5741


The development of reconfigurable nanomaterials and device concepts for adaptive sensing and energy conversion is of great interest to the US Army Research Laboratory. Therefore, research related to the modeling, fabrication, and device processing of novel nanomaterials that can serve to enhance the spectral response and absorption properties of portable power sources for the dismounted Soldier can be supported. Specific opportunities exist for studying transport phenomena in quantum systems (quantum dots, quantum wells, quantum wires) as well as in graphene/perovskite materials.



Yoon J, et al: Nature 465: 329-333, 2010

Sablon KA, et al: NanoLetters 11: 2311-2317, 329-333, 2011


Sensing; Energy; Perovskite; Graphene; Nanomaterials;


Citizenship:  Open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and non-U.S. citizens
Level:  Open to Postdoctoral applicants
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