Designing Quantum Materials and Systems
Using bottom-up and top-down fabrication methods, we are developing new nanomaterials and nanotechnologies to unravel the quantum world for applications in security, healthcare, and energy.
Research Faculty Designing Quantum Materials and Systems
Andrea Martin Armani
Ray Irani Chair in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering-Electrophysics, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, and Chemistry
Kenneth T. Norris Professor in Engineering and Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Biomedical Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering
Armand R. Tanguay, Jr.
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Biomedical Engineering, Physics and Astronomy, and Ophthalmology
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Advanced Materials Research for Secure Communications Receives $3.75 Million in Funding
USC Viterbi researchers will explore cutting-edge materials thanks to support from the Department of Defense’s Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab Donates SEM Microscope to USC Michelson Nanofabrication Lab
Microscope is changing its focus from space to atoms
Breakthrough in Quantum Photonics Promises a New Era in Optical Circuits
A world-first method to enable quantum optical circuits that use photons—light particles—heralds a new future for secure communication and quantum computing.
Titanium Atom That Exists in Two Places at Once in Crystal to Blame for Unusual Phenomenon
Researchers discover why a perfect crystal is not good at conducting heat, although it seemingly should be.
Published on October 18th, 2021
Last updated on September 16th, 2022