The Walus Lab was founded in 2005 by Dr. Konrad Walus within the Faculty of Applied Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of British Columbia. Members of the the Walus Lab are also active members of the UBC Microsystems and Nanotechnology Group (MiNa). The Walus Lab is focusing on the applications of nanotechnology in electronic microdevices. The Walus lab specializes in the theory, numerical simulation, fabrication, and characterization of electronic devices. The Walus Lab is engineering materials, structures, devices, and complete systems for applications in computing, physical, biological, and chemical sensing. At the Walus Lab, a large portion of the experimental research involves the application of printing methods, such as inkjet micropatterning for fabricating microdevices using functional organic and nano-composite based inks. At the Walus Lab, theoretical and simulation research covers a broad range from quantum mechanical atomistic calculations to macro scale finite-element modelling.