Materials science and engineering research integrates advances in theory and experimental breakthroughs, via a deeply interdisciplinary approach and extensive collaborations with industry. This work is aided by world-class facilities for imaging and analysis and nanofabrication. Areas of strength include bio- and bioinspired materials, computational materials science, materials for sustainable energy, mechanics of materials, nanotechnology, photonic materials and devices, polymers and soft materials, processing, quantum materials and structures, semiconductors and electronic devices, sustainable materials, and synthesis.
Robert Prud’homme named first recipient of Princeton’s Dean for Research Award for Distinguished Innovation
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials