Recapping the experiences and fruitful outcomes of the KNI Lab's first cohort of Resident Experts.
Faraon group demonstrates ytterbium ions coupled to a nanophotonic cavity that are able to store information in their spin for 30 milliseconds, which may lead to new strides in quantum network technology.
Labs on campus, including Pamela Bjorkman's, utilize their technical expertise to contribute to coronavirus studies.
Vahala Group develops new laser gyroscope capable of measuring the rotation of the earth.
Greer group develops new process makes it possible to manufacture large quantities of materials whose structure is designed at the nanoscale
Professor Martin Wegener of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology will give a special seminar co-hosted between the KNI and the department of Materials Science Research Lectures (MRL).
Andrei Faraon's research on flat optical lenses was recently featured on Kavli Foundation website.
Stevan Nadj-Perge receives 2020 Sloan Research Fellowship in Physics.
Professor Kerry Vahala receives the honor of being elected to this year's cohort of National Academy of Engineering.
We developed DNA origami in 2006. The process has the potential to influence a variety of applications from drug delivery to the construction of nanoscale computers.
The Kavli Nanoscience Institute at Caltech is an intellectual hub and facilitator of nanoscale research at the frontiers of electronics, photonics, quantum matter and technology, medical engineering, bioengineering, and sustainability.
Our multi-user laboratories and cleanrooms are located in the Steele Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. Specially designed for nanostructure synthesis, fabrication, and characterization, our facilities are available to researchers within Caltech and across academia, government, and industry.
I build devices based on the fundamentals of light–matter interaction. They are all fabricated in the KNI. All this work would be impossible without it. I also bounce ideas off of KNI faculty - they are as good as it gets.
Greer’s research focuses on nano-scale phenomena, such as mechanical properties, in-situ deformation, and nano-fabrication. Areas of investigation include: the fundamentals of electrochemistry in solid-state ion batteries to develop novel energy storage systems that utilize architected materials as electrodes, as well as synthesizing functional resins for two-photon lithography and 3D printing to fabricate cross-linked architectures with a variety of chemical functionalities.