CU-Boulder has tremendous strengths in several facets of materials science and engineering, including liquid crystals, polymers, biomaterials, micro/nanostructured materials, and optical materials. New MS and PhD degrees are being developed to reflect these strengths and promote impactful research addressing the fundamental challenges and opportunities in the field.
For more information, go to the Materials Science and Engineering Program.
Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering — Structural & Materials Laboratory
Computer Science — Soft Computational Materials
Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering — Nanostructures and Devices
Mechanical Engineering — Micro/Nanoscale Engineering
Keep up with the latest news about the college by reading the 2013 issue of CUEngineering magazine online.