The Georgia Tech MRSEC will develop the fundamental science and technology to maximize graphene’s potential for future electronics technology, will establish core curricula in Epitaxial Graphene (EG), and will educate and train a diverse workforce for future academic and industrial leadership in microelectronics. The MRSEC EG effort is cross-disciplinary within Georgia Tech and within three other U.S. universities: University of California-Berkeley, University of California-Riverside, and University of Michigan. Professor Dennis Hess (ChBE) serves as the Georgia Tech MRSEC Director, and Professor Walt de Heer (Physics) heads the EG Interdisciplinary Research Group.
- Education and Outreach
- Prospective Students