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Yubing Sun

Assistant Professor
317 Engineering Laboratory

University of Massachusetts
160 Governors Drive
Amherst, MA 01003-2210

(413) 545-4543
(413) 545-1027

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NITE

The Nanoscale Interfaces, Transport, and Energy (NITE) Laboratory evaluates materials for energy transduction applications via direct, in-situ observation of local responses along critical heterophase interfaces in the operating regime.

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Lee Nano Engineering Laboratory

Lee Nano-engineering Lab at UMass Amherst focuses on the rational design of various functional materials including metamaterials with emphasis on energy, defense, and bio applications through 2D/3D nano-structuring of polymers, metals, ceramics, and more. Our quest is driven by the acknowledgement that future material innovation will rely on the development of novel materials based on tailored thermal, mechanical, and photonic responses of materials.

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Jae-Hwang Lee

Assistant Professor

313 Engineering Lab
University of Massachusetts
160 Governors Drive
Amherst, MA 01003-2210

(413) 545 -0667
(413) 545-1027

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Stephen Nonnenmann

Assistant Professor
208E Elab I

208E Engineering Lab I
University of Massachusetts
160 Governors Drive
Amherst, MA 01003-2210

(413) 545-4051
413-545-1027

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Ashwin Ramasubramaniam

Associate Professor
ELab 208C

208C ELab
University of Massachusetts
160 Governors Drive
Amherst, MA 01003-2210 

(413)545-4866
(413) 545-1027

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Robert W. Hyers

Professor
ELab 310

310 ELab
University of Massachusetts
160 Governors Drive
Amherst, MA 01003-2210 

(413) 545-2253
(413) 545-1027

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Materials and Processes Lab

Materials and Processes Lab

Materials processing, the basis of materials engineering, is the relationship among structure, properties, and processing: any one determines the other two. Our research is on the design and control of the processes that lead to the required structure or properties in materials. We use mathematical modeling to identify and quantify the effect of different process parameters on the structure and properties of materials, and measure the thermophysical properties that are used in the models...Read More

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