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Our research focuses on innovating nanotechnologies through the design, nanomanufacturing, and integration of functional materials with controlled composition and architecture across multiple length scales. We carry out groundbreaking trans-disciplinary research to generate hierarchical materials and structures with applications in sensing, renewable energy, electronics, and wearable devices.

(Purdue News) Rare element to provide better material for high-speed electronics

Jun 2018 | Featured Research

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University researchers have discovered a two-dimensional nanomaterial derived from the rare element tellurium that may change how infrared technology is used...

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  • November 14, 2018: Wenzhuo gives an invited talk at the ASME IMECE 2018 meeting in Pittsburgh. Thanks for the kind invitation, and the inspiring discussions!​


  • November 13, 2018: Wenzhuo gives an invited talk at the 5th International Conference on Electronic Materials and Nanotechnology for Green Environment (ENGE 2018) in Jeju, Korea. Thanks for the kind invitation, and the inspiring discussions!​


  • September 19, 2018: Our group receives a grant from NSF to explore the scalable nanomanufacturing of 2-D piezoelectric material for wearable devices with our collaborator. Thanks very much for the support from NSF!


  • August 21, 2018: Our paper in collaboration with Prof. Peide Ye’s group titled "Quantum Transport and Band Structure Evolution under High Magnetic Field in Few-Layer Tellurene" is published in Nano Letters. Congratulations!


  • August 17, 2018: Our review paper titled: Tellurene: its physical properties, scalable nanomanufacturing, and device applications is published in Chemical Society Reviews. Congratulations!