Live B1G: Center for Electro-Optics and Functionalized ServicesResearchers in the Center for Electro-Optics and Functionalized Surfaces are using high-energy, ultra-fast lasers to apply a diverse range of properties to an extremely thin layer of metallic surfaces. These applications alter the properties of the surface, allowing for applications many fields, such as biomedical, energy, computers, and aerospace.
Projects and Initiatives
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering faculty, staff and students perform innovative research that reaches across the traditional disciplines to apply foundational knowledge to develop and understand the complex systems ranging from the human body to the built and natural environment.
This research addresses problems that vex the world and have a grounding of impact on the people, places and institutions of the state of Nebraska. We study complex problems, develop foundational advances, and generate practical solutions to problems.
The following are our seven areas of major interdisciplinary initiatives of focus.