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Energy & Nanoscience

Left: Energy-flow diagram for the PETE/thermal tandem device. Middle: Schematic of the electron-emission process on diamondoid self-assembled monolayer (SAM) surfaces. Right: Scanning electron microscope image of diamond made from diamondoids.

Our group is actively engaged in studying nanoscale materials and investigating novel solutions to the energy problem. We hope to seek understanding of the unique properties of new materials at the nanoscale as well as the underlying physical principles of processes that store and generate energy. With an unparalleled ecosystem of energy research groups as well asĀ extensive facilities and infrastructures at Stanford and SLAC, we enjoy a distinct advantage in exploring the interesting physics in the field of energy research and nanoscience.