Developed and introduced two new experiments to the advanced physics laboratory:

Developed and taught a senior-level course  in physics (PHY427/527) called 'Nanoscience and Nanotechnology'. 50% of the course is a lecture and 50% hands-on work in my cleanroom facility

Video: Water droplets motion due to surface tension gradients

Our spintronics  research effort focuses on:
A) The magneto-Coulomb Blockade Effect in deep nanoscale devices like single electron transistors having ferromagnetic metals or semiconductors
B) Spin filtering and spin transport at the interfaces between high resistivity ferromagnetic materials and non-ferromagnetic metals and superconductors.

Khalid F. Eid
Assistant Professor of Physics
Miami University
Phone: (513) 529-1933
email: eidkf@miamioh.edu

Mailing Address:
620 E. Spring Street
133 Culler Hall
Oxford, OH 45056

Digital Microfluidics


Nanoscience Education

Spintronics




Khalid Eid Research Page
Experimental Micro- and Nano-scale Physics