Hi all, I was wondering if you had any advice as to "flexible" graduate programs that have do nanofabrication research. Nanofabrication doesn't fit neatly into the physics or engineering categories, so I would like to find a program that is flexible enough to allow me to perhaps do physics-related research in other departments that perhaps have better resources in that area than the physics department, while staying in the physics department. For example, one program that appeals to me is the Applied Physics program at Rice University (http://rqi.rice.edu/academics/graduate/graduate.php). I imagine that most physics departments would try to do something like this, for the sake of "inter-departmental collaboration", but are do you know of any departments with programs that have this special emphasis? Thanks!