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This selective guide contains a bibliography of titles and electronic resources that will assist members of the NCA&T and UNCG communities with research in Nanoengineering.


Welcome Nanoengineering Students, Faculty and Visitors.

This guide has been developed to assist you in Nanoengineering research using the library's Catalog, extensive eBook Collection, eJournals, and the Databases, providers and vendors.

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Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

The Joint School of Nanoscience & Nanoengineering (JSNN) was created by NC A&T and UNCG with the support of the University of North Carolina system, the North Carolina General Assembly and the Greensboro/Triad community.

JSNN’s goal is to be a world leader in research and nano-related education.

JSNN has six research focus areas: 
  • Nanobiology uses engineered nanomaterials to enable diagnosis, imaging and therapy. 
  • Nanometrology is developing fundamental understanding of materials through characterization of nanoscale phenomena and investigating them for novel applications.
  • Nanomaterials (with a special emphasis on Nanocomposite materials), focuses on synthesis, processing, manufacturing, and characterization of nanostructure. 
  • Nanobioelectronics, leverages nanoelectronics techniques in new functional application areas beyond CMOS technology exploring a range of emerging technologies, from personal medical diagnostics to bio-signal propagation and optoelectronics. 
  • Nanoenergy research theme explores leading edge knowledge gaps associated with energy harvesting, scavenging, and storage. 
  • Computational Nanotechnology modeling and simulation of devices, structures, and systems, including composite materials, computational biology, and materials modeling. 

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