Scientists develop ‘exceptional’ surface to explore exotic physics
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Pennsylvania has a long history of mining and metallurgical activities dating to the Industrial Revolution that helped fuel the economy of the commonwealth and the nation. Coal markets have waned recently due to the transition away from coal to other energy sources, leading to many economically distressed areas in the state. New findings by a team led by Penn State researchers suggest potential economic opportunities from the domestic production of critical minerals.
By Jamie Oberdick
Rapid, accessible and highly accurate detection of addictive substances such as opiates and cocaine is vital to reducing the adverse personal and societal impacts of addiction, something current drug detection systems can take too long to provide. However, on-site, real-time monitoring of abused drugs in a patient’s system could alert clinicians before dangerous levels are reached, and such an approach may not be far away.
By Jamie Oberdick
Important optimization algorithms that are designed to solve large-scale problems such as airline schedules and supply chain logistics may soon get a boost from 2D materials that will enable the algorithms to better solve the problems and use less energy, according to Penn State researchers.
Quantum Device Chip Packaging and Quantum Systems
Convergence at the Intersection of Materials – Life – Health Sciences
Integrated Projects in Data Science, Advanced Characterization, and Materials Processing
MEET THE NEW GUARD: New perspectives from new minds are often necessary for innovation, so MRI has recently brought on board a variety of new faculty members. These faculty members hold joint appointments from a variety of departments at Penn State.
At Penn State, sensor research is in a kind of renaissance. In fact, this is the first Focus on Materials to have a theme issue on sensors in 15 years.
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The second edition of the 2022 Materials Spotlight Series will be on 5G Infrastructure. This forum will look at the short-, mid-, and long-term challenges for the connectivity industry, including maximizing use of the electromagnetic spectrum, increasing demands for speed and latency, data deluge, and getting value out of IoT. This information-age-relevant discussion will highlight viewpoints from 3 major industry participants, and 3 faculty groups working to keep Penn State on the bleeding edge of research in the field.
Penn State’s investment in its interdisciplinary research institutes, including the Materials Research Institute (MRI), has created a culture of strong collaborations across disciplines. At Penn State, many researchers have the support of both their academic departments and the university-wide institutes, such as MRI. By encouraging crosscutting research, MRI and its sister institutes open up traditional silos of knowledge to the stimulus of other viewpoints and new ideas. This mingling of disciplines, often called “convergence,” brings together the physical and life sciences with engineering and computation to solve the most complex problems facing society today and in the future.
The 2DCC-MIP is focused on advancing the synthesis of 2D materials within the context of a national user facility.
The Materials Characterization Lab (MCL) is a fully-staffed, open access, analytical research facility charged with enabling research and educating the next generation of highly qualified researchers.
Our primary goal is to support internal and external users working in computer-based simulations of materials across the various length and time scales.
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