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The Nanoelectronics Group pushes the frontiers of optical spectroscopies (e.g., Raman spectroscopy, spectroscopic ellipsometry, and infrared spectroscopy) and electrical measurements (e.g., magnetotransport, nanoelectronic test structure development, and temperature dependent current-voltage spectroscopy). The Group develops and advances novel measurements that combine and correlate optical and electrical methods such as internal photoemission, magneto-optical spectroscopy, and transient photocurrent spectroscopy. This new metrology supports the measurement and standards needs of the electronics, semiconductor, energy, health, defense, and other industries.