nanotubes and graphene, multilayer 2D heterostructures and 2D layers of nano substrate
The EH Yang group's research is aimed at translating discoveries in material growth and nanofabrication into practical applications. The goal is to develop new design and fabrication strategies using 1D and 2D materials and combine fundamental studies with forward-looking engineering efforts that would lead to advanced technologies, with implications in fields ranging from electronics and photonics to energy, environment and medicine. Currently, our research covers the growth and nanofabrication of graphene, carbon electronics and TMD heterostructures, as well as the implementation of flexible substrates and electrodes for energy storage and sensing, and tunable surface interaction.

students in clean suits looking into microscopes in the lab

Grant & Research News

EH Yang receives Jess H. Davis Memorial Award for Research Excellence (2018)
EH Yang featured as back cover of Stevens' Fall 2018 Indicators (2018)
Graphene-Assisted Antioxidation of Tungsten Disulfide Monolayers: Substrate and Electric-Field Effect (2017)
EH Yang Named to Editorial Board of Scientific Reports (2016)
Small Scales, Big Impact (2016)
Stevens Innovation Can Charge Mobile Devices (2014)
Driving Collaborative Innovation in MEMS (2013)
AFOSR Grant to Support Graphene Microribbon Research (2012)
NSF Grant to Support Smart Polymer-basedidics Research (2012)
NSF NUE to Support Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education (2011)
NSF Grant to Support Graphene Nanoribbon Research (2011)
AFOSR DURIP to Support SPM-based Nanoscale Imaging (2011)
NSF MRI to Support Nanoimprint Lithography (2010)