Guha Lab

Glassy Micelle

Guha group focusses on material synthesis for applications in three areas:


Devices for neuromorphic and non-Boolean architectures. This work encompasses low energy, non volatile devices for synapses and neurons that may be used in neuromorphic architectures. The goal is to look for materials that can operate at few hundred mV and eventually connect to biological signals and devices.


Oxide and oxychalcogenide materials: Layered and non layered, that have band gaps in the 1-4 eV range that could be used for a variety of applications.


Sensors and sensing networks for water and agriculture. Research on cheap, self powered (energy scavenged) sensors for soil moisture content, soil nitrates, colliform, biochemical oxygen demand, as well as low power sensor networks.