Computational Nanoscience

Research

The research includes three sub-subjects:

  1. Coupled Quantum Dot Ensembles
  2. Computational Hub for Nanotechnology
  3. Quantum-dot Cellular Automata Architecture (QCA).

The focus on this Center will be to:

  • Study the electronic coupling of quantum dot ensembles and individual novel optical responses for semiconductor clusters as well as metallic clusters
  • To support, develop and expand the nanoHUB as a platform for collaboration, technology transfer, and education and hence, to create a new kind of user facility
  • To arrange quantum dots such that they form QCA arrays which are predicted to have applications in computing


Center for Computational Nanoscience
Cooper Physical Science Building (CP), room 201
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Phone: 765-285-8879