CMDITR LightFlash: January 4, 2012 Seth Marder named Regents' Professor
Georgia Tech News Room: August 9, 2011 Alex Jen Named ACS Fellow and WSAS Member
CMDITR Light Flash: July 28, 2011 CMDITR faculty Baratunde Cola featured for sustainability focus
LiveScience April 2012 UW foundry changes economics of research as it works on ushering in new generation of chips
Seattle Times: February 6, 2011 High-Speed Organic Electro-Optics: New advances in Larry Dalton's work to develop high-speed electro-optic modulators
C&E News: December 20, 2010 CMDITR Professor Michal Lipson receives 2010 MacArthur Fellowship
The MacArthur Foundation: September 1, 2010 CMDITR Professors Riedo and Marder's research on graphene nanocircuitry featured in the journal Science.
Georgia Tech News: June 10, 2010
The Center on Materials and Devices for Information Technology Research (CMDITR) is a National Science Foundation funded Science and Technology Center headed at University of Washington, with partners at Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Arizona, and 4 other affiliate campuses. CMDITR is dedicated to serving the research and education needs in the broad field of molecular photonics, an area of critical national interest.