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Projects/Programs

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Automotive Lightweighting

Ongoing
Our objective is to develop the measurement methodology, standards and analysis necessary for the US auto industry and base metal suppliers to transition from a

Carbon Nanotube Reference Materials

Ongoing
Single-wall carbon nanotubes are an important class of carbon nanomaterials with significant potential for commercial applications. The National Institute of

Characterization of 3D Photovoltaics

Completed
Our goal is to provide industry with test structures and models of next-generation photovoltaics, with an initial focus on cadmium telluride (CdTe) and CuInxGa1

Computational Tools for Materials Design

Ongoing
Computational materials design requires a variety of tools to model processing-structure-property relationships across a range of time and length scales. This

DFT Repositories and Informatics

Ongoing
Reproducibility and reuse play fundamental roles in the development of science. With the growth of computational power and tools, simulated experiments have

Electrochemical Processes

Ongoing
In this project we are developing in situ measurements relevant to the electrochemical fabrication, processing, and application of nanostructured materials and

Energy Storage & Delivery

Completed
The goal of the project is to develop measurement methods to characterize the nanoscale structure and dynamics of polymer electrolyte membranes (PEMs) to enable

Flexible and Printed Electronics

Ongoing
This project is focused on the measurements needed to accelerate the innovation cycle for semiconducting-inks for sheet-to-sheet and roll-to-roll printing, to

Fundamentals of Deformation

Ongoing
This project provides new measurement methods, property data and simulations for areas critical to US manufacturing, describing the mechanisms responsible for

Future Directions for Magnetic Sensors

Completed
Our goal is to develop the scientific understanding needed to allow modeling and simulation to become the driving force in improving magnetic sensors and to