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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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- 11 hours ago

RT @n_maccaferri: Check out our new work on intracellular delivery of single particles in single cells by 3D hollow nanoelectrodes led by J…
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- 12 hours ago

RT @PennEngGradAdm: Thursday at 3PM is the #JackKeilWolf Lecture featuring Prof. Suji Nakamura in the Glandt Forum in the Singh Center: htt…
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- 3 days ago

#MyFirstChemMaterPaper was using liquid precursors to synthesize graphene via chemical vapor deposition over large… https://t.co/ByYiT6YHEh
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- 7 days ago

RT @NatureElectron: We’ve put together an interactive timeline of our Reverse Engineering articles. Visit the site to explore influential t…
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- 7 days ago

RT @pappasg69: Duncan Watts Appointed Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor by @PennEngineers https://t.co/vCuBc8CdaY
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