Welcome to the homepage of the Xiang research group at UCSD's Jacobs School of Engineering.

Our group stays at the forefront of harnessing nanotechnology for computing, energy conversion and biological sensing applications. Our research interests include nanomaterial synthesis, advanced semiconductor physics, coupled electromechanical systems (NEMS). The group explores semiconductor structures with dimension between atomic and 100 nm-scales as well as key enabling technologies for a more pervasive future information landscape, including high speed computing, energy conversion/harvesting as well as solid state device-bio interface.

Feel free to contact Prof. Jie Xiang or any group member and to stop by our usually hectic laboratory for a visit. We are located on the 1st and 3rd floors of EBU-1 building (also known as Jacobs Hall), home to the Jacobs School of Engineering. To find our lab on a campus map click here. For driving directions click here to go to Google Maps.


Jacobs School of Engineering and the Fallen Star. Photo courtesy of Kevin Baird on Flickr.