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Welcome to the Bent Research Group at Stanford University!  The goal of our research is to develop a molecular-level understanding of the chemical reactions that drive the processing of materials for energy and electronics applications. Our focus is on surface science, interface engineering, and materials processing, with application toward sustainable and renewable energy and micro- and nanoelectronics.

  • Professor Stacey F. Bent :: Our leader! Find out more about her faculty appointments, awards, and other academic endeavors.

  • Research :: Check here for more detailed information about our group's research interests and current projects.

  • Publications :: A representative collection of scientific publications over the past five years.

  • Teaching :: The undergraduate and graduate level courses that Stacey teaches.  During the quarter, class information is posted here.

  • Students :: Find out who we are and where we're from!  We are a diverse group of people from all over the world.

  • Photos :: Browse through a collection of photos from group social gatherings or track the evolution of our group from year to year!

  • Links :: Find the major journals, scientific resources, and equipment vendors we regularly use.


2013 Group Photo

From left to right; Back Row: Steve Herron, Carl Hagglund, Stacey Bent, Katie Roelofs, Axel Palmstrom, Chaiya Prasittichai, Rich Johnson, Yesheng Yee. Middle Row: Troy Yang, Bonggeun Shong, Tania Sandoval, Pralay Santra, David Bergsman, Adam Hultqvist. Front Row: Sam Fleischman, Katie Pickrahn, Fatemeh Hashemi, Nuoya Yang, Jukka Tanskanen, Art Wangperawong.

Researchers working in the lab.

ABC7 News Clip from July 18, 2013

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