Professor Jamie Warner's group is based at the University of Texas, Austin and studies the next generation of nanostructured materials with unique properties that will impact electronic, opto-electronic, and energy applications. Particular focus is made to the atomic level structure and dynamics of nanomaterials probed by aberration-corrected transmission electron microscopy and spectroscopy. A wide range of nanoscale characterization tools (TEM, SEM, AFM, FIB) are used to probe materials across all dimension scales. New types of nanoscale devices are produced in clean-room nanofabrication facilities, utilizing materials ranging from 2D Crystals (graphene, BN, MoS2, WS2 etc), 1D wires and nanotubes, to 0D quantum dots. The group is multi-disciplinary and collaborates extensively with a wide range of scientists within Oxford, UK, USA, and internationally.