• NDConnect 2014 finalists announced

    16 students have been named as finalists in the October 17 undergraduate research competition in nanotechnology

  • Multi-Chamber Sputtering System in ND Nanofabrication Facility

  • Prof. Ryan Roeder Research Lab

    TEM micrograph of silica encapsulated gold nanoparticles prepared by postdoctoral researcher Prakash Nallathamby and used as targeted probes for medical imaging research

  • Research Symposium

    NDnano Undergrad Research Fellows Showcase Summer Projects

  • THz Circuits and Systems group research featured in Electronics Letters

Notre Dame's Center for Nano Science and Technology

NDnano is a world-class, collaborative research center that includes faculty from seven departments across the colleges of Engineering and Science. The Center is focused on developing, characterizing, and applying new nanotechnology-based materials, processes, devices, and solutions that will better society.

NDnano’s mission is to promote, enable, and advance multidisciplinary nanotechnology education and research to include:

  • defining, manipulating, and controlling the properties of new nano-materials
  • collaborating with peer universities, industry, and government to accelerate advances in the field of nano science
  • developing solutions and applications that help address society's global issues while representing a force for good in the discussion on the ethics and possible societal impacts of the new science

In the News

  • 9.22.14: Finalists announced in NDConnect 2014 undergrad nanotechnology research competition. More
  • 8.26.14: Two-time NDnano undergrad fellow publishes research on polymer electrolytes for batteries. More
  • 8.12.14: Notre Dame paper offers insights into a new class of semiconducting materials. More
  • 7.31.14: Symposium to highlight campus-wide summer undergrad research. More
  • 7.17.14: Notre Dame researchers to collaborate with Micron for the development of two-dimensional memory. More
  • 7.2.14: Jason Hicks receives 2014 CAREER Award. More
  • 6.23.14: Prashant Kamat named one of the world's most influential scientific minds by Thomson Reuters. More
  • 6.9.14: Peter Kogge receives 2014 Babbage Award. More
  • 6.3.14: Marya Lieberman receives Grand Challenges Explorations grant for research in global health and development. More
  • 5.23.14: Prashant Kamat receives Research Achievement Award at President's Dinner. More
  • 5.22.14: Lei Liu and THz Circuits and Systems group research featured in Electronics Letters. More
  • 5.22.14: NDnano fellowship students Kyle McCall and Craig Cahillane among top College of Science seniors. More
  • 5.15.14: Nanoelectronics pioneer Evelyn Hu to receive honorary degree at Notre Dame's 169th Commencement ceremony. More
  • 5.9.14 South Bend Tribune: NDnano fellowship student John Szajko among first nanotech grads at Ivy Tech. More
  • 5.9.14: Haifeng Gao receives research award from the Department of Army. More
  • 5.6.14: NDnano to sponsor 4th annual NDConnect undergraduate research contest. Apply by June 8. More
  • 5.5.14: Michael Niemier among faculty honored for teaching excellence. More
  • 4.28.14: Eggleson speaks on societal trends influencing access to dual-use nanotechnologies. More
  • 4.25.14: Bilgicer research targets cancer. More
  • 4.23.14: Notre Dame faculty organize discussion of emerging transistor technologies. More
  • 4.16.14: Grace Xing named 2014 ISCS Young Scientist. More
  • 4.14.14: ND-Tyndall workshop explores collaboration opportunities. More
  • 4.1.14: Physics researchers provide new insights into quantum dynamics and quantum chaos. More
  • 3.31.14: ND Integrated Imaging Facility announces awards for best imaging publications. More
  • 3.28.14: NDnano to sponsor 14th International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications, July 29-31. Conference website
  • 3.28.14: Congratulations! 2014 NDnano Undergraduate Research Fellowship recipients announced. More
  • 3.20.14: NDnano names David Balkin as managing director. More
  • 3.10.14: Notre Dame researchers discover new 2-D quasicrystals with unusual five-fold symmetry. More