AMC focus areas include semiconductor manufacturing, advanced materials processing, micro- and nano-scale manufacturing, and physics-based modeling and control.
CNM focuses on hands-on instruction and opportunities to foster critical research and development in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Comprised of 10 centers and six research groups, ICES supports diverse research concentrations, from electromagnetics and acoustics to subsurface modeling.
MRC is a multidisciplinary, NSF-funded center that develops new device and integrated circuit structures, compound semiconductor material optics and photonics.
A nationally renowned center with multiple partner universities, NASCENT creates versatile nanomanufacturing systems through research, education and industry partnerships.
NETL is utilized in the instruction of our mechanical engineering students who are involved in nuclear and radiation engineering.
TACC enables researcher analysis and discovery by designing and building powerful advanced computing technologies, facilitating more than 3,000 projects annually.
TMI operates the Materials Science and Engineering graduate program, and promotes multidisciplinary research in materials science and engineering.