Dr. Winfried Teizer leads the NanoLab in the Physics Department of Texas A&M University, which is working on various projects in the general areas of biomolecular motility, molecular nanomagnets, spintronics, nanophysics and highly correlated systems. The goal is to further the understanding of physical properties at the size or temperature scale where quantum mechanics governs the dominant processes.
- Behavior of kinesin driven quantum dots trapped in a microtubule loop 
- Using electrochemical fabrication to grow external arrays of magnetic nanostripes to manipulate superconductivity in the thin film 
- Controlling superconductivity in thin film with an external array of magnetic nanostructures 
- Microtubule guiding in a multi-walled carbon nanotube circuit 
- Electron beam induced molecular adsorption on graphene field effect transistors