Rachel Maizel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Major: Physics & Mathematics, Expertise: Electrophysiology of Biological Systems; Techniques: Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging and Electrical Characterization of Biological Materials
EmilyLaurilliard (email@example.com), Major: Biomedical Engineering, Expertise: Fabrication of Conducting Polymers and Stem Cell Culture
Samuel Ellman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Major: Chemistiry, and Rishabh Rastogi (email@example.com) Major: Biomedical Engineering, Expertise: Fabrication of Gold Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Probes; Techniques: Electrochemical Etching and Scanning Electron Microscopy
**Winners of the Poster Presentation 1st Place in the Applied Category in Rensselaer's 6th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Spring 2015
Hybrid Electronics and
Qi Zhou (firstname.lastname@example.org), PhD Physics Graduate Student, Expertise: Electron Transport in Molecular Junctions; Techniques: Scanning Tunneling Molecular Break Junctions and Electromigratoin, PhD Fall 2016
Teresa Esposito (email@example.com), PhD Physics Graduate Student, Expertise: Electron Transport in Molecular Junctions and Measurements in Inelastic Electron Tunneling Microscopy; Techniques: Low Temperature Physics and Electron Transport in Nanoscale Systems, PhD Spring 2017
HECL has recently moved to Howard University Department of Physics and Astronomy (Thirkield Hall) 2355 6th Street NW Washington, DC 20059
Michael Giordano (firstname.lastname@example.org), PhD Physics Graduate Student, Expertise: Electron Transport in Thin Films and Molecular Junctions; Techniques Atomic Force Microscopy, and Low Temperature Physics, MS 2016.
Poomirat Nawarat (email@example.com), PhD Physics Graduate Student, Expertise: Nanofabrication of Nanojunctions; Techniques: Electron Beam Lithography and Photolitography, PhD Fall 2019
Past Student Internships & Employment:
Graduate Students: Solar Parqs, Inc., Global Foundries, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), Cypress Semiconductor (Senior Technology Development Engineer), Application Engineer at Applied Materials (Malta, NY), Faculty of Science and Technology at Rajamangala University of Technology Phra NaKhon, and Senior Device Engineer at Intel (China).
Undergraduate Students: United Technologies Company, Sikorsky Aircraft, Hasbro (Game Design Engineering), Naval Air Systems Command (Department of Navy), Sandia National Lab, CardioMag Imaging (Health Physics and Medical Devices), and Scientist at Warner Babcock Institute (Wilmington, MA).
Many Undergraduates students have continued graduate degrees at Harvard University (Applied Physics & Materials Science), University of California-Santa Barbara (Electrical Engineering), University of Wisconsin Madison (Medical Physics), Columbia University (Electrical Engineering), Rensselaer’s Accelerated BS/PhD Program, John Hopkins University (Biomedical Engineering)
2 International Exchange Students from International Exchange Student from Universitat de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)
Prof. Kim Michelle Lewis:
Associate Dean of Research & Professor of Physics (Howard University)