MIT
Quantum Nanostructures and
Nanofabrication Group

Prof. Karl K. Berggren

The frontier of information processing lies in nanoscience and nanotechnology research. At the nanoscale, materials and structures can be engineered to exhibit interesting new properties, some based on quantum mechanical effects. Our research focuses on developing nanofabrication technology at the few-nanometer length-scale. We use these technologies to push the envelope of what is possible with photonic and electrical devices, focusing in particular on the superconductive devices. Our research combines electrical engineering, physics, and materials science and helps extend the limits of nanoscale engineering.

LATEST EVENTS IN OUR GROUP

4.29.2015
Prof. Berggren authors case-study in MIT Innovation Deficit Report
Karl Berggren recently served as a member of MIT's recent committee tasked with studying the nation's "Innovation Deficit." The outcome of the committee was a report in which a number... Read more >>
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4.2.2015
Sarah Goodman Awarded NDSEG Fellowship
Congrats to QNN group member Sarah Goodman who has received the National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship (NDSEG). This is a large honor and will fund her research for... Read more >>
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4.2.2015
Amir Tavakkoli K.G. Receives Best Postdoc Presentation Award from the MRS Symposium Directed Self Assembly for Nanopatterning
Congrats to Dr. Amir Tavakkoli K.G. for receiving the Best Postdoc Presentation Award from the MRS Symposium Directed Self Assembly for Nanopatterning. This was given to Amir for his presentation "Formation... Read more >>
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2.28.2015
New Patent on Self-Assembly Issued to QNN Group Members
A method developed by the QNN Group with collaborators promises a way to make complex two-dimensional patterns by using sparse lithography in combination with self-assembly.  Such a technique could be... Read more >>
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2.3.2015
New paper: “Control of zinc oxide nanowire array properties with electron-beam lithography templating for photovoltaic applications” accepted to Nanotechnology
[abstract] We found that electron-beam lithography, a top-down approach, is a suitable prototyping method for templating and controlling hydrothermally-grown ZnO nanowires (NWs). By varying the deposition method of the ZnO seed... Read more >>
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The nanocryotron: A superconducting-nanowire three-terminal electrothermal device