Our mission is to advance the state of knowledge in nanoengineering of functional porous structures and physics of micro/nanoscale transport. Our current research is focused on micro/nanoscale transport and nanotechnology for energy science and health applications, nanoengineering of functionalized membranes for energy conversion and storage and filtration/separation applications, heat and mass transfer in micro/nanostructures, microfluidic reactor platforms for fundamental energy research, and portable power. NESLabs research brings together multiple disciplines of Engineering and Science in order to better understand the physics of transport in micro/nanoscales and develop the next generation structures and systems with enhanced performance and efficiency. The lab is headed by Dr. Saeed Moghaddam and is a part of the Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group at University of Florida.
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