Applied Nanomaterials Research Lab
News & Highlights
We welcome our new graduate student Sudarshana Patra and undergraduate students Carter Herbert, Jaydah Bell and Lane Nichols
Our Lab is featured at Amazon Prime "The College Tour"
Biswas has been recently awarded an NSF LEAPS-MPS grant for performing research on Sequential Infiltration Synthesis.
We are excited to receive NSF-MRI funding to acquire a Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FESEM)
Amelia Korveziroska, our undergraduate group member got summer REU opportunity at Harvard University Smithsonian Center in Summer 2022
We are featured in ISU news for tiny particles with huge potentials
The current research interest of the Biswas group is on fabrication of nanometer scale materials for emerging technologies. We study the fundamental mechanism behind the nanomaterial formation and the nanomaterials properties using high resolution microscopy, optical & infrared spectroscopy, and diffraction. In recent years we have explored-
Block copolymer nanostructures as a template for inorganic nanofabrication
Nanopatterning by Sequential Infiltration Synthesis (SIS) for emerging technologies
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy for understanding the growth mechanism
Spherical monodisperse colloidal Si nanoparticle synthesis
National Science Foundation Division of Material Research (DMR); Award # 2213365; LEAPS-MPS: Nanopatterning Nitride Based Nanostructures Using Sequential Infiltration Synthesis for Optoelectronic Applications; Principal Investigator: Mahua Biswas; Start Date:08/01/2022: