Sergei Urazhdin receives SEED award as a Cottrell Scholar

Professor Sergei Urazhdin, a former Cottrell Scholar, has received a new SEED award from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement: The competitive SEED award is given to Cottrell Scholars as they launch exceptionally creative, new research or educational activities with the potential for high impact. Prof. Urazhdin’s lab investigates new physical phenomena that emerge in nanoscale systems, at surfaces and interfaces of different materials. Their overarching goal is to develop fundamental understanding of the effects of confinement, interfaces, the resulting emerging interactions, and strongly nonequilibrium physical states that become possible to achieve only at the nanoscale, and use this knowledge to develop nanoscale devices with new functionalities. 

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