Nanoelectronics Research Lab

Inventing our tomorrow today, atom by atom ...

Kaustav Banerjee
Kaustav Banerjee

 Lab Director

Kaustav Banerjee is one of the world’s leading innovators in the field of nanoelectronics. His pathbreaking innovations with 2D van der Waals materials and heterostructures are setting the stage for next-generation electronics. This includes the invention of the kinetic inductor that changed the course of science and engineering by overcoming a 200-year old limitation, and has been called “a trillion dollar breakthrough” by Forbes magazine. He is a Fellow of IEEE, APS, JSPS, and AAAS, as well as a recipient of the prestigious Bessel Prize from the Humboldt Foundation. His seminal contributions to nanoelectronics including nanoscale interconnects, 3D integration, and thermal-aware design have been widely commercialized, and recognized with an IEEE Technical Field Award - Kiyo Tomiyasu Award, one of the institute’s highest honors. Read More>>>>

  NRL Talks and Announcements

  Featured Research Breakthroughs

"The Last Barrier To Ultra-Miniaturized Electronics Is Broken, Thanks To A New Type of Inductor"  ... Forbes
CMOS compatible graphene interconnects demonstrated for the first time ... Nature Electronics
"Reinventing the Transistor"... National Academy of Engineering