Georgia Tech researchers conduct basic and applied research to understand and develop innovative materials that hold great promise for improving daily living conditions around the world.
Interdisciplinary research teams balance synthesis and processing; materials theory and simulation; characterization; and property measurement to create, design, explore, advance, and exploit materials to address 21st century grand challenges. Our ability to combine Georgia Tech’s strengths in engineering and the sciences has solidified our reputation as a leader in materials research.
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Available to academic, industry, and government users, the Materials Characterization Facility (MCF) is the core facility for materials analysis at Georgia Tech. Its laboratories include the microanalysis suite in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building, one of the most advanced facilities of its kind in the nation. The MCF offers a wide variety of microscopy and characterization tools as well as skilled research staff to support your research needs.
- Organic and inorganic photonics and electronics
- High-performance aerospace and automotive materials
- Sustainable infrastructure materials
- Nanomaterials, nanostructured materials and devices
- Materials for tissue engineering and biomanufacturing
- Materials in extreme environments
- Materials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage
- Materials for health and human welfare