Electromagnetic and Nanoscale Materials and Manufacturing (ENMM) Cluster

The electromagnetic and nanoscale materials and manufacturing (ENMM) primarily focuses in the following areas: smart windows, radiation therapy, raman and terahertz spectroscopy, wireless power transfer application, metamaterials and micro/nano-fabrication.

Coating carbon nanotubes through atomic
layer deposition (courtesy of Dr. Jian Liu).

Microspheres coated with Si nanoparticles
forming an all-optical switch architecture
(courtesy of Dr. Jonathan F. Holzman).

A surface plasmon resonance sensor for crude oils (courtesy of Dr. Kenneth Chau).


Dr. Frank Ko
Department of Materials Engineering
Vancouver Campus

Dr. Jian Liu
Assistant Professor
School of Engineering
Okanagan Campus

Cluster News

Self-Cleaning Camera Developed at UBC Proves its Worth At Canfor Sawmill

Mar 27, 2018

A self-cleaning camera created by ExcelSense Technologies, a UBC-based venture, has cut maintenance downtime at one of the log lines in a British Columbia sawmill by almost 60 per cent.

UBC researchers invent new method to create self-tinting windows

Mar 08, 2018

UBC chemistry researchers have developed a simple, cost-effective technique for making smart windows that could lead the way for wide-scale adoption of this energy-saving technology.