Group Research Objectives

We are interested charge motion in a in a variety of different conditions, device structures and materials with a goal of developing fundamentally new optical and logic nanodevices. Our current interests include:

Quantum Transport Theory Group 2011
Professor Matthew Gilbert
  • Nanotransistors and Post-CMOS Device Phenomena
  • Phase Transitions and Transport Phenomena in Monolayer and Bilayer Graphene
  • Conductivity of Strongly Correlated Systems
  • Topological Insulators
  • Topological Quantum Computing
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What's New: Teaching

ECE 340 Fall 2014: Lectures 19 - 29 have been posted. Quiz #2 will be returned in class tomorrow (11/5/2014).

What's New: Research

We currently have no open positions for postdoctoral fellows. Interested graduate students should send a CV with research interests.

Matthew Gilbert

Assistant Professor
2256 Micro and Nanotechnology Lab
208 N. Wright Street
Urbana, Illinois 61801