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Welcome to the Device Research Laboratory at UCLA’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department


Under the directorship of Prof. Kang L. Wang, Raytheon Chair Professor of Physical Science and Electronics, DRL’s Mission is to investigate new ideas and to develop innovative methods that will continue to push the frontier and shape the future of nanoelectronics and information processing platforms. Our group pursues frontier research in the fields of nanoelectronics and nanoarchitectures, spintronics and nanomagnetics; nanoscale science, devices and quantum systems; nonvolatile electronics and low dissipation devices; molecular beam epitaxy; optoelectronics and solar cells.


In the website you will find our research activities in the following subgroup areas: Nanoscale Energy Device Group, Molecular Beam Expitaxy (MBE) Group, Graphene Electronics/Semiconductor Spintronics Group, Spin Transfer Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory(STT-RAM)/Non-Volatile Magnonic Logic (NVL) Group, and Physical Intelligence Group.


We encourage you to find out more about us by taking some time to browse our site and learning more about our research, our members and their work as well as potential opportunities to work and collaborate with us. You will also find information on our facilities.


Our research has leverage from several nation-wide centers: the Western Institute of Nanoelectronics (WIN), KACST/California Center of Excellence in Green Nanotechnology (KACST), for which Professor Kang L. Wang is the Director. Our research also benefits from excellent infrastructure support of the California NanoSystems Institute (C(n)SI).


Please visit us frequently for updates on our research breakthroughs and more exciting news that may come our way. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.