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The ElectroOptics Research Institute and Nanotechnology Center (ERINC)

 Researchers across Kentucky are working at the nanoscale and making tremendous advances in biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, computer science and mathematics. Successful projects have already resulted in the design, modeling, and fabrication of unique nanoscale materials and devices.

 Kentucky's leading nano research centers include the University of Kentucky's Center for Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CeNSE) and University of Louisville's ElectroOptics Research Institute and Nanotechnology Center (ERINC).

 These Institutions work both independently and collaboratively, including joint projects that span bio-engineering, pharmacy, medicine (nanosensors and nano-electrodes, and nanoparticle-based drug delivery), nano-templates for electronics and gas sensors (aligned carbon nanotube structures for gate-keeping), and opto-electronics (nano-structured displayed).


  • NanoCLEAR Anti-Reflective
  • Nanotemplate Engineering Process
  • Ultimate Eco-Car: Fuel Cells based on Nanocatalysis
  • Nanocomposites for radiation shielding during space flights
  • Brush-On and Self-Assembled Nano-Fibers
  • Nano-Dockiing Stations for Fuel Catalysts
  • Nano-Needles
  • Displacement photocurrent nanostructure sensors

Website Address:

Location: John W. Shumaker Research Building Room 245, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292

Robert W. Cohn, ERINC Director


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