Research in nanoelectronics cluster focuses on the device design, physics based modeling, and characterization in a broad range of semiconductor and nanoelectronic technologies including MOSFETs, on-chip memory cells, solar cells, biological sensors, and, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). Computational/theoretical research is based on physics based numerical simulations and analytical modeling with a focus on discovering innovative solutions for emerging technologies. Experimental research focusses on device performance and reliability analysis using nanofabrication and electrical/optical device characterization. Due to its multidisciplinary nature, nanoelectronics cluster closely collaborates across various departments within SSE as well as outside LUMS with other national and international universities. Some of the on-going projects include carbon nanotube/graphene based solar cells, III-V phototransistor modeling/characterization, and biological sensors for Lab-on-a-Chip applications.