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The CEEE’s mission is to study the fundamental physics of materials that hold promise for future electronics that are faster and more energy efficient than current technologies. The CEEE is supported by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission through a Research Challenge Grant. Additional support is provided by the Function Accelerated nanoMaterial Engineering (FAME) Center sponsored by SRC/DARPA.

  • NiF2 electronic structure

    Calculation of NiF2 electronic structure by Aldo Romero.

  • Holcomb Group

    Micky Holcomb's group, Fall 2012.

  • Jones and Lederman

    Bob Jones, Dean of the WVU Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, and David Lederman.

  • MBE at WVU

    Multi-chamber MBE system at WVU.

  • Pavel

    Pavel Borisov in the lab.

  • PLD at WVU

    Pulsed laser deposition system at WVU with Pavel Borisov (L) and Toyanath Joshi.

  • rheed cropped

    RHEED pattern obtained from a FeNiF2 thin film.

  • Toyanath and Sercan MBE

    Toyanath Joshi (L) and Sercan Babakiray working on the oxide molecular beam epitaxy system.

  • Trent MBE

    Trent Johnson working on the fluoride molecular beam epitaxy system.

  • Wilson THz Laser

    Tom Wilson with his THz laser at Marshall University.