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    Welcome to Mason Nanoelectronics Lab


We, the Mason Nanoelectronics Lab, are a research group led by Prof. Ethan Ahn in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Mason University. Our research focuses on emerging nanoscale materials and devices technology, exploring such topics as 

  • Energy-efficient logic/memory devices

  • Carbon-based and other nanoscale low-dimensional nanomaterials

  • Experimental and computational exploration of carrier transport (electron/phonon/spin) in nanoscale solids

  • Beyond-CMOS electronics including spintronics, steep-subthreshold electronics, oxide electronics, and energy conversion and harvesting. 

Mason Nano Lab enables research and workforce development in nanoelectronics by leveraging the state-of-the-art lab equipment and facilities, including the nanofab cleanroom, and industry support.  

Tackling the limitations of the conventional computing systems using emerging nanomaterials and nanodevices
Microfabrication of a variety of biomedical devices (microneedles, microfluidic sensors, etc.) in commercial, industrial, and military settings
Energy harvesting from 2D nano-materials such as graphene, molybdenum disulfide and phosphorene deposited on top of a flexible substrate 
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