The spring semester schedule for the CITRIS Research Exchange is now online.
Professor Kai Liu joined UC Davis in 2001. His research interest is in experimental studies of nanostructured materials for nanomagnetism, spin-transport, and advanced energy explorations. Due to their intricate nanostructures, extremely small length scales, rich surfaces and interfaces, low dimensionality, and interplay among constituents, nanostructured materials often exhibit new and enhanced properties over their bulk counterparts. Additionally, these novel properties can be tailored through extra degrees of freedom, such as structure and material.
Imagine an Internet connection that's 10,000 times faster. A group of
CITRIS researchers are developing the technology that will make that
goal a reality.
Construction is underway on CITRIS's new headquarters. Its Nanolab
Center is part of a coordinated investment in the nanotech
infrastructure of tomorrow.
Professor Luke Lee is Lloyd Distinguished Professor of Bioengineering at UC Berkeley. He is also Director of Biomolecular Nanotechnology Center and Co-Director of Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center. He was Chair Professor in Systems Nanobiology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH, Zurich). He received both his B.A. in Biophysics and Ph.D. in Applied Physics/Bioengineering from UC Berkeley.
Primary: Invention, design, fabrication, modeling and optimization of micro electromechanical systems (MEMS): harsh environment sensors, micro thermal heat management devices for integrated circuits, micro power generation devices, micro and nano resonators for RF communication, micro fluidic systems for drug delivery, micro inertial instruments, micro information storage systems and nanoimprinted sensors & electronics. Secondary: Optimal mechanical design. Kinematics and dynamics of machines.
Professor Liwei Lin currently serves as Chancellor’s Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, and Co-Director of the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center.