Lab Objectives

Fundamental characterization and analysis of nano-scale phenomena in thin films, which are used as gas sensors, photovoltaic cells, magnetic storage, and more. Thin films include magnetic materials, superconducting materials, and metalorganic materials, such as phthalocyanine. The large experimental data sets are evaluated using computational data analysis and phenomenological models are explored to advance the understanding of electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of metallo-organic thin films. Our group is part of the Keck Energy Materials Research and Education Program (KEMP) that emphasizes interdisciplinary research.

Gredig Lab Group Leader
Thomas Gredig
Group Leader, Professor
Dept of Physics & Astronomy
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90840-9505
Material Sciences,
Condensed Matter
Tel: +1-562-985-4922
Office: HSCI - 272