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The Device Research and Engineering Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, led by Prof. Deep Jariwala, is engaged in the study, design, and development of nanometer and atomic scale devices, materials and interfaces for applications in computing, sensing, information technology and renewable energy. Our research is highly inter-disciplinary involving expertise from Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Condensed Matter Physics, Optics as well as Physical Chemistry.

We invite you to explore our research interests and reach out to us should you have any questions or if you are interested in collaborations.

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- 2 days ago

RT @eric_stach: Penn Materials Science and Engineering is hiring! We are looking for a Lecturer to lead our undergraduate laboratory and Se…
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- 3 days ago

RT @gaeta_alexander: Top-20 2021 Impact Factor for Optics Journals Several journals I've barely heard of. I think the system is now being…
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- 5 days ago

Humbled and honored to receive the @IUPAP_physics Early career scientist prize in semiconductor physics from none o… https://t.co/5av5lK6qT8
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- 6 days ago

RT @engineers_feed: On June 26, 1948 – William Shockley files the original patent for the grown-junction transistor, the first bipolar junc…
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- 19 days ago

RT @MercouriK: The difference between perovskite and perovskitoid? Perovskites have only corner-sharing metal octahedra. Perovskitoids have…
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