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Notre Dame to be part of $194 million university research center network
Date:1/17/2013

ller sizes and still lower voltages? The answer is clearly yes. It will require synthesis of new materials and development of new device fabrication processes. It will require more intimate understanding of electron transport in complex materials and devices."

Seabaugh is optimistic that LEAST will continue MIND's impressive record of achievement.

"We are excited to launch this new center which has an extraordinary team, some of the best and brightest researchers in the field," he said. "We have a center-wide research focus that has everyone working together. We have experts in the semiconductor industry and the Department of Defense in collaboration. We have local partners, Innovation Park, Ignition Park, the City of South Bend and the State of Indiana to guide new technologies into new businesses. Expect great things."


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Contact: Alan Seabaugh
Alan.C.Seabaugh.1@nd.edu
574-631-4473
University of Notre Dame
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