- Leigh M. Smith
- Howard E. Jackson
- Federal Funding
- Publications
- Presentations
- MWN Activities
- Pictures
- Research Family Tree
- NanoWireWiki
- Spectrometers
- Cryostats
- Raith-150
- Lasers
- Jagadish, Aus. Nat. Univ.
- Queensland University
- KIST, Korea
- Chemical Sensors Group
- Ian Papautsky
Former Group Members
- Where are they now?
- Teng Shi
- Yuda Wang
- Bekele Badada
- Nick Geitner
- Saranga Perera
- Melodie Fickenscher
- Mohammad Montezeri
- Parveen Kumar
- Karunananda Pemasiri
- Thang Ba Hoang
- Sebastian Mackowski
- Tuan Nguyen
- Kapila Hewaparakrama
- Tak Gurung
- Amensisa Abdi
- Heesuk Rho
- Alex Hodges
- Aaron Wade
- Lyubov Titova
- James Kim
- Laurie Robinson
- Greg Balchin
- Chris Poweleit



Current Funding

Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry: Infrared Nanowire Heterostructures: Fundamentals and Emerging Detector Applica$ National Science Foundation through the GOALI Program: NSF DMR-1509706, Howard Jackson, Robert Jones and Leigh M. Smith, $400,000, 7/1/2015-6/30/2018.

Carrier and Spin Dynamics in Large Spin-Orbit Semiconductor Nanowire Heterostructures , National Science Foundation, DMR-1507844. Howard Jackson and Leigh M. Smith, $489,551, 9/1/2015-8/30/2018.

MRI: Development of a Mid-Infrared Optical Microscope for Investigation of Femtosecond Dynamics of Single Large Spin Orbit Semiconductor Heterostructures , National Science Foundation, DMR-1531373. Howard Jackson and Leigh M. Smith, $702,000, 8/15/2015-8/14/2017.

Prior Funding

Collaborative Research: Dynamical Processes in Semiconductor Nanowires in the Quantum Regime , National Science Foundation, DMR-1105362. Howard Jackson and Leigh M. Smith, $352,178, 9/15/2011-9/14/2015.

A Novel Photovoltaic Device Using Type II Tunable Core-Shell Nanowires , National Science Foundation, ECCS-1100489. Howard Jackson and Leigh M. Smith, $350,000, 8/1/2011-7/30/2015.

NUE: Integration of Nanoscale Science and Engineering into Undergraduate Curricula, National Science Foundation under the NUE program: EEC-0532495. T. Mantei, F. Gerner, S. Iyer, and L.M. Smith, $175,000 9/15/2005-8/31/2008.