Multiple positions may be available for graduate and undergraduate students admitted to ECE, Physics and Chemistry programs. Contact Professor Raza with your CV and research interests.
For admission inquiries, refer to ECE Graduate Office for consideration by graduate admission committee. You should mention your research interests in nanodevices. I will not reply to such inquiries due to large volume of emails.
01 June 2011: Andre DeGroot and Danial Syed, high school students, join the group for summer research.
10 May 2011: Nano Lab is awarded $25K under "The Math & Physical Science Funding Program (MPSFP)" for graphene and carbon nanotube experiments.
20 April 2011: Professor Raza is awarded an Old Gold Faculty Fellowship from the University of Iowa for his commitment to the undergraduate and graduate student education.
23 March 2011: Paul Haugen
presents his research on "Matlab-based Nanoscale
Device Characterization." in the "Research in
Capital (of Iowa State)" program. Please see,
Paul with Senator Regan and Representative Steckman.
26 Jan 2011: Tehseen Raza joins the lab as Adjunct Assistant Professor.
2 Dec 2010: Congratulations to visiting graduate student "Dr. Tehseen Raza" for successfully defending her PhD final exam at Purdue.
14 Aug 2010: Ahmad Umair joins the group from LSU.
9 Aug 2010: We grow our first CNT samples using a
home-made CVD furnace.
8 Aug 2010: Ali Mohsin reaches Iowa City to join the group.
1 Aug 2010: Group picture in the summer of 2010.
7 June 2010: Lilli Oetting and George Chen, high school students, join the group for summer research.
17 May 2010: Professor Raza is awarded a 2010 Presidential Faculty Fellowship from the University of Iowa. Nanolab's work on graphene research, scholarship, education, outreach and civic engagement is endorsed by this fellowship.
3 May 2010: Paul Haugen has received an Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates (ICRU) fellowship.
15 April 2010: Professor Raza is awarded "Nanoscale Lab Equipment" grant through the College of Engineering General Education Fund supplement.
6 October 2009: Paul Haugen joins the group as an undergraduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
14 August 2009: Professor Raza and Professor Andersen are awarded ARRA funds to establish a teaching laboratory on Nanoscale devices and systems, the first of its kind.
18 May 2009: Professor Raza arrives in Iowa City to join the University of Iowa and to establish a research and teaching program on nanoscale devices and systems.