Developing theories, methods, and general software to elucidate and predict excited-state phenomena in energy-related materials.

Creating a fundamental understanding and control of patterning processes for advanced manufacturing of future-generation microelectronics.

Developing new approaches to quantum information science and technology.

Developing EUV systems to address national needs in health, the environment, and semiconductor manufacturing.

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Advancing new systems to efficiently generate liquid fuels from sunlight, water, CO2, and nitrogen.

Accelerating innovation in materials research for batteries, solar cells, and computer chips.

Investigating strategies for managing energy at the nanoscale, in partnership with UC Berkeley.