Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) 2004

REU Group 2004

 

Student
School
Mentor
Faculty
Field of Study
Project
Publications
Peter Cochran
University of Pennsylvania Brian Thibeault Evelyn Hu Engineering Nanometer-Scale Lithography Using an Atomic Force Microscope

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Diana DeRosa
University of Arizona Zuruzi Abu Samah Noel MacDonald Mechanical Engineering Biomaterials in Microsystems: An investigation on the effect of parent Ti microstructure on the morphology of nanostructured titania

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Eric Fraser
Pomona College John Kaeding Shuji Nakamura Materials Morphological evolution of AlN thin films grown on 0001 sapphire by metal-organic chemical vapor deposition, and its affect on deep UV AlxGa1-xN light emitting diode performance

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Jill Gliem
Lehigh University Dimitris Stroumpoulis Matt Tirrell Chemical Engineering Spreading of Cells on Supported Peptide Amphiphile Bilayer Membranes

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Briony Horgan
Oregon State University Miikka Kangas Phil Lubin Physics Far Infrared Detectors, Metal Mesh Filters, The Big Bang and Cosmology  
Edward Kung
University of Illinois at Urbana Raja Jindal John Bowers Engineering Optical Readout of MEMS-based Infrared Detectors

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Mai Ng
University of Washington
Michael Winter
David Clarke Materials Investigation of Novel Thermal Barrier Coating Materials By Minimum Thermal Conductivity

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Peter Philip
CUNY at Baruch
Grace Brannigan
Frank Brown Chemistry Simulations of simplified cell membranes

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Blake Stevens
Cornell University
Jenny Andrews
David Clarke Materials Surface Functionalization of Inorganic Nanoparticles for the Self-Assembly of Nanocomposites

Final presentation slides (PDF)

Rogers Whitlock
Southern University
Kohl Gill
Mark Sherwin Physics Quantum Computing via Single Charges in Self-Assembled Coupled Quantum Dots

Final presentation slides (PDF)

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