Notre Dame Nanoscience and Technology (NDnano) promotes collaborative research in science and engineering to address unsolved scientific and technical questions with an aim to promote the greater good. Advances in imaging and characterization, multi-physics modeling, synthesis, growth, and nanofabrication are enabling breakthroughs in all science and engineering disciplines. NDnano is where Notre Dame faculty, researchers, and students meet to broaden understanding, discuss multidisciplinary research opportunities, and shape future research directions.
Is the new Materials Science & Engineering Phd right for you?
This year, the University of Notre Dame introduced the interdisciplinary Materials Science and Engineering graduate program, open to students in the following seven participating departments/programs:
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, Electrical Engineering, or Physics.
With the support of their faculty advisor, current Notre Dame graduate students already pursuing a PhD degree in a participating department/program can transfer into the Materials Science and Engineering program (generally sometime in the first three years of their doctoral studies). Learn more to see if the new program is right for you!
October 20 Research Uncorked – “Research at the Nano Scale: A Guided Tour”
Research Uncorked is a monthly speaker series featuring informal interviews with leading scholars and scientists from the University. Typically hosted at Ironhand Winebar in South Bend, the series has temporarily moved online because of the coronavirus.
In October, host Ted Fox will be joined by four faculty members from Notre Dame Nanoscience and Technology for a Research Uncorked first: a peek inside campus lab spaces.
National Nanotechnology Day
Notre Dame Nanoscience and Technology (NDnano) joins several other organizations in celebrating National Nanotechnology Day. Grab your sneakers and add a "small" dose of fun to your October 9 schedule! Then browse our faculty line-up to learn more about the great research underway at Notre Dame.