Exploring the Physical Limits to Computation Researchers in the Center for Nano Science and Technology are laying the groundwork for smaller, faster, and more efficient electronic devices by exploring energy dissipation in nanoscale electron devices and discovering new ways to represent information and perform computation.
Exploring the Physical Limits to Computation
Low Energy Systems Technology LEAST, which is led by the University of Notre Dame with nine partner universities, explores new concepts for energy-efficient devices to reduce power in electronic systems.
Low Energy Systems Technology
Department of Energy ARPA-E Grant University researchers have received funding from ARPA-E's "SWITCHES" program to develop strategies and transistors to lower the cost and improve the efficiency of power electronics.
Department of Energy ARPA-E Grant
Stinson Remick Clean Room A 9,000-square-foot teaching and research cleanroom located in the Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering, the Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility provides a comprehensive suite of cutting-edge equipment for designing and fabricating integrated circuits and devices.
Stinson Remick Clean Room
Multiple-Antenna Systems Wireless Institute researchers have created a number of technologies that allow wireless devices to practically exploit multiple antennas for increased capacity, coverage, and reliability.
Multiple-Antenna Systems
Enhancing the Capabilities of Cyber-Physical Systems Every area of modern life, from mundane household applications to concerns of national security or issues of human health, is affected by cyber-physical systems.
Enhancing the Capabilities of Cyber-Physical Systems
Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health The effect of electromagnetic radiation on human health is the subject of debate, especially as it pertains to portable wireless devices. Notre Dame researchers are studying ways to improve device performance without increasing radiation levels.
Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health

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Recent Publications

M. Xia, P. J. Antsaklis and V. Gupta, “Passivity Indices and Passivation of Systems with Application to Systems with Input/Output Delay,” Proceedings of the 53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Los Angeles, CA, December 15-17, 2014

G. Nigam, P. Minero, and M. Haenggi, "Coordinated Multipoint Joint Transmission in Heterogeneous Networks", IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 62, pp. 4134--4146, November 2014

D. G. M. Mitchell, R. Smarandache, and D. J. Costello, Jr., “Quasi-Cyclic LDPC Codes Based on Pre-lifted Protographs”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 60, no. 10, pp. 5856-5874, October 2014 

Aamir Khan, Susan Fullerton, and Scott Howard, "Easily prepared ruthenium-complex nanomicelle probes for two-photon quantitative imaging of oxygen in aqueous media," RSC Advances, 2014

Ismo Hanninen, Craig Lent and Greg Snider, "Quantifying Irreversible Information Loss in Digital Circuits", ACM Journal on Emerging Techology in Computer Systems 11, 2 Article 10, 2014

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Grant Spotlights

Patrick Fay, Debdeep Jena, Gregory Snider, Huili Xing - TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc.: "Ultrafast RF & Mixed-Signal Electronics with Ultra-scaled Binary AIN/GaN HEMT's", October 2014

Panos Antsaklis, John Goodwine, Vijay Gupta - Vanderbilt University: "Science of Systems Integration for Cyber Physical Systems", October 2014

Patrick Dunn, Harindra Fernando, Thomas Pratt - Navy: "Mountain Terrain Atmospheric Modeling and Observations (Materhorn) Program", October 2014

Patrick Fay, Susan Fullerton, Xiaobo Hu, Debdeep Jena, Michael Niemier, Alan Seabaugh, Huili Xing - Microelectronics Advanced Research Corporation: "Center for Low Energy Systems Technology", October 2014

Patrick Fay - MicroLink Devices: "Ultra-lightweight, High-Efficiency Epitaxial Lift-Off Solar Cells and Arrays", October 2014

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Notre Dame Professor Named 2014 Indiana Master of Innovation
Notre Dame Professor Named 2014 Indiana Master of Innovation
November 20, 2014

Gary Bernstein, Frank Freimann Professor of Electrical Engineering and Associate Director of Notre Dame’s Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NDnano), was awarded the inaugural Indiana Master of Innovation Award from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and Forbes, Inc. for his work on the development of Quilt Packaging (QP) technology.

Gupta Receives Collegiate Professorship
Gupta Receives Collegiate Professorship
November 12, 2014

Vijay Gupta has been named a College of Engineering Collegiate Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, an honor bestowed upon him in recognition “of his exceptional performance in his first several years at the University of Notre Dame.” 
In addition to his title, the appointment includes an annual discretionary research funding supplement.

Jena Receives 2014 MBE Young Investigator Award
Jena Receives 2014 MBE Young Investigator Award
October 22, 2014

Debdeep Jena, professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been selected as the 2014 Young Investigator by the International Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) Advisory Committee. He is being recognized for “using MBE to unravel new electronic and photonic phenomena in polar semiconductor heterostructures, and for sustained leadership in the demonstration of their device applications.”

Flynn Named Duda Professor of Engineering
Flynn Named Duda Professor of Engineering
August 26, 2014

Patrick J. Flynn, professor of computer science and engineering and concurrent professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been named the Duda Family Professor of Engineering in recognition of his long-standing contributions to foundational knowledge in computer vision and biometrics, as well as his outstanding contributions to students and the learning environment.

ND Researchers Receive Grant to Develop Two-Dimensional Memory
ND Researchers Receive Grant to Develop Two-Dimensional Memory
July 17, 2014

The National Science Foundation’s “Grant Opportunities of Academic Liaison with Industry” (GOALI) program has awarded Notre Dame faculty members Susan Fullerton and Alan Seabaugh $368,000 to develop a new device that relies on the movement of ions to control electron transport in graphene—a single layer of carbon atoms

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Alan Seabaugh

Alan Seabaugh

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Phone: 574-631-4473
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~nano
Office: 230A Cushing Hall
Research Interests: Research in the Seabaugh group addresses questions of limits in electron devices and circuits. What limits device energy-efficiency, density, speed, power dissipation, ...? Are there better materials, devices, or circuit tricks to improve performance? Are there new effects we ...
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Alan Seabaugh

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Vasily Kanzyuba

Vasily Kanzyuba

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Nikolaus Kleber

Nikolaus Kleber

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Phone: 574-631-9205
Office: Cushing 229

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My interests lie primarily with communication systems and the effects of high-level architectures and algorithms on optimum performance.
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Nikolaus Kleber

My interests lie primarily with communication systems and the effects of high-level architectures and algorithms on optimum performance.
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