CPN Research: Overlapping Opportunities


Dbiophotonics deviceCollaboration of two interdisciplinary research centers -- the Center for Photonics and nanoelectronics and the Center for Advanced materials and Nanotechnology -- is fueling growth in Lehigh nanotech discovery and impact. If CAMN provides many of the fundamental discoveries that are developed into devices and other new technologies, CPN projects often begin with desired outcomes and work back toward the basic science necessary to bring a vision to life. CPN merges two previous centers, the Center for Optical Technologies, which was devoted to photonics research, and the Sherman Fairchild Center for Solid-State Studies, which concentrated on research in electronics and solid state devices.
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