|Areas of Research Expertise||
* Nanoscale properties of surfaces, interfaces, thin films, and dimensionally confined structures
* Atom-scale mechanisms of film growth: Group IV semiconductors, metals for magnetic data storage, carbon nanotubes
* Relationship of nano-morphology to localized electronic, optoelectronic, and magnetic properties: quantum dots, spin valves
* Development of advanced instrumentation for growth and surface and interface studies, in particular diffraction, imaging, and scanned-probe microscopies
* Bioarrays, biomolecular surface modification
* Bioarray fabrication and detection methods
|Web Site||Max Lagally's University Web Page|
|Curriculum Vitae (CV)|
|USPTO Published Applications||
Chen F, You HJ, Yang SC, et al., Crystal Growth & Design 11(9): 3707-3712 Sep 2011. We have developed a periodic nucleation and growth mechanism for nanopartide-aggregated structure based on electron tunneling process that occurs in chemical replacement reactions.
Rogers JA, Lagally MG, Nuzzo RG, Nature 477(7362) 45-53 Sep 2011. Research in electronic nanomaterials, historically dominated by studies of nanocrystals/fullerenes and nanowires/nanotubes, now incorporates a growing focus on sheets with nanoscale thicknesses, referred to as nanomembranes.
Scott SA, Savage DE, Celler GK, ACS Nano 5(7): 5532-5542 Jul 2011. We show that we can controllably tune the amount of strain and the asymmetry of the strain distribution In elastically isotropic and anisotropic materials uniformly over large areas.
Tanto B, Savage DE, Lagally MG, ACS Nano 5(7): 5814-5822 Jul 2011. Using nanomembrane strain engineering methods, we demonstrate the fabrication of fully elastically relaxed Si(1-x)Ge(x) nanomembranes (NMs) for use as growth substrates for new materials.
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|E-mail Address||[email protected]|
|Phone Number||(608) 263-2078|
|Current University||UW - Madison|
|Department||Materials Science and Engineering|
|Address Line 1||1109 Engineering Research Building|
|Address Line 2||1500 Engineering Drive|
|Bachelor's Degree||BS, Pennsylvania State University, Physics, 1963|
|Master's Degree||MS, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Physics, 1965|
|PhD||PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Physics, 1968|
|Technologies Available for Licensing|