Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU): 2014

 
 
 
 
 

Student

School Mentor Faculty

Field of Study

Project
Lesley Chan University of Southern California Federico Lora Mike Gordon Chemical Engineering
Bio-Inspired Anti-Reflective Structures for Broadband Infrared Applications 
Matthew Hartensveld Rochester Institute of Technology Robert Maurer Mark Rodwell Microelectronic Engineering  Development of Conductive ALD TiN Films for InGaAs/InP THz Electronic Devices 
Megan Hill Cornell University Varistha Chobpattana Susanne Stemmer  Materials Science & Engineering Physical Characterization and Electrical Analysis of High-K Dielectric Oxides in III-V Semiconductors 
Rachel Lucas Purdue University Brian McSkimming Jim Speck Physics & Aerospace Engineering Characterization and Modeling of Carrier Transport in GaN Thin Films 
Brian Markman Penn State University  Prateek Chowdhary Mark Rodwell  Materials Science & Engineering Fabrication and Characterization of Ohmic Contacts to n-InGaAs and n-InAs Using Films Grown via ALD 
Marlee Motes

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

Borzoyeh Shojaei Chris Palmstrom  Chemical Engineering Surface Morphology of Antimonide Based, MBE Grown Semiconductor Nanostructures 
Bethany Smith Arizona State University Brian McSkimming Jim Speck  Materials Science & Engineering Optimization of High Growth Rate GaN Thin Film Mobility 
Chanud Yasanayake Pomona College Mihir Pendharkar Chris Palmstrom Physics  Opto-Electronic Characterization of Narrow Band Gap Semiconductors at Cryogenic Temperatures 

 

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