Welcome to the Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute (NQPI) Website. This website is devoted to disseminating and publicizing the research and activities of the institute, which is a cross-campus collaboration of scientists from eight departments at Ohio University. Since its inception in 2001, NQPI has worked to promote the nanoscale science of its members, who work in nanomagnetism and nanospintronics, nanoscale particles and reduced dimensionality, and nanoscience of biological molecules, among other areas. The group focuses on the use of scanning probe methods and a wide variety of other experimental tools and has a major effort in theory of nanostructure and nanoproperties.


Revealing Exchange Interations in Magnetic Bilayers at the Atomic Scale
National Science Foundation
Arthur Smith, $155,000

Coherent Effects in Hybrid Nanostructures for Lineshape Engineering of Electromagnetic Media

William Marsh Rice University
Alexander Govorov, $140,000

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Nanoscience Newsletter

The Spring 2014 Newsletter: Issue 11 is now here!

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Nanoscience Forum

Upcoming Events

Physics Colloquium
Single Spintronics
Michael E. Flatté
Friday, Sept. 5, at 4:10 p.m.
Walter 245

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