MEET PHD STUDENT EMMA ROCCO
Learn more about the transfer of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) to the University at Albany
Nanoscale Science tracks for Ph.D. degree programs
This track focuses on the application of nanoscale science towards the study of biological systems. It also includes the use of biological, biochemical, and biomedical approaches to enable nanotechnology applications.
Molecular Materials and Architectures
Fundamental material properties of molecular dots, wires, and crystals, quantum confinement and ballistic transport based device structures, and the integration of molecular/electronic materials in nanodevice geometries. Advanced theoretical and computer simulation treatments of nanoscale optical, electronic, elastic, and thermodynamic properties.
Optoelectronic Materials and Architectures
Compound semiconductor material properties and fundamentals of compound semiconductor ultra-thin-film growth for optical and optoelectronic applications. Quantum confinement-based optical and optoelectronic properties. Optical and optoelectronic device architectures using single and compound semiconductors.
Spintronic Materials and Architectures
Compound semiconductor material properties and fundamentals of compound semiconductor thin-film growth for spintronic applications. Magnetic and nanomagnetic device architectures using single and compound semiconductors.
Ultra-Thin Film Single and Multilayered Nanomaterial Structures
Self-assembly, deposition, modification, and integration of single and multilayered thin film materials. Fundamental functionality relationships between nanoscale structures and dimensions and resulting film properties.
Nanoscale Materials Characterization, Analysis, and Metrology
Advanced nanoscale photon, ion, and electron based microscopic and spectroscopic analytical techniques and process metrologies for atomic and molecular-level material properties of ultra-thin films, nanomaterials and nanoscale devices and systems.
Nanomaterials for Nanotechnology
The science of design, deposition, and integration of atomic and molecular-level nanoengineered materials for nanotechnology-based applications.
Economic Impacts of Nanoscale Science and Nanotechnology
In-depth technical analysis of educational, workforce, and economic impacts of emerging nanoscale systems and architectures. Theoretical modeling and simulation studies of the technical impact of emerging nanoscale science concepts and disruptive nanotechnologies.
For degree information, visit the SUNY Poly Graduate Catalog.
First-Year Course Map (pdf)