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Former Members


Adrian Bachtold

Professor, Centro Nacional Microelectronica in Barcelona, Spain
CNM homepage

Ken Bosnick

Reseach officer NINT, Univ. of Alberta
NINT homepage

David Cobden

Asst. Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Washington
Cobden Group homepage

Dave Dixon

Lecturer, Cal Poly

Michael Fuhrer

Assoc. Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Maryland at College Park
Fuhrer Group homepage

Nathan Gabor

Post-doc, MIT

Matthew Graham

Research area: Optical properties and stimulated microscopy of carbon based nanosystems

Marcos Guimar√£es
Shogo Hamada
Shahal Ilani

Asst. Prof. of Physics, Weizmann Institute, Israel

Philip Kim

Assoc. Prof. of Physics, Columbia Univ.
Kim Group homepage

Dave Klein

HDI Instrumentation

Leo Kouwenhoven

Prof. of Applied Physics, Delft, Netherlands
Quantum Transport Group homepage

Jia Grace Lu

Assoc. Prof. of both EE and Physics, Univ. of Southern California
NAMI Group homepage

Kin Fai Mak
Hongkun Park

Prof. of both Chemistry and Physics, Harvard Univ.
Park Group homepage

Ji-Yong Park

Asst Prof. of Physics, Ajou Univ., Korea

Patrycja Paruch

Assoc. Prof. of Physics, University of Geneva

Sergey Plyasunov

Arkin Group, Chemistry Dept, UC Berkley

Sami Rosenblatt

Post-doc: Heinz and Hone Groups, Columbia Univ.
Employer: IBM, Development Division, Fishkill NY
Thesis: Pushing The Limits Of Carbon Nanotube Transistors

Vera Sazonova

Employer: NRC Ottawa
Thesis: A Tunable Carbon Nanotube Resonator

Arend van der Zande

Post-doc, Hone Group, Columbia

Xiaodong Xu

Asst. Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Washington

Yaqiong Xu

Asst. Prof. of EE and physics, Vanderbilt University

Yuval Yaish

Asst. Prof. of EE, Technion Inst. of Technology, Israel
Technion EE Dept. homepage

Alex Yanson

Post-doc, Leiden Univ., Netherlands
van RuitenBeek Group homepage

Zhaohui Zhong

Asst. Prof. of Physics, Univ. of Michigan
Zhong Group homepage

Jun Zhu

Asst. Professor of Physics, Penn State Univ.
Faculty homepage

Graduate Students

Jonathan Alden

Thesis: Strain Solitons And Nanotube-Aligned Nanopore DNA Sensors

Arthur Barnard

Thesis: Microtweezers For Studying Vibrating Carbon Nanotubes

Melina Blees

Thesis: Graphene as Atomic Paper: From Bending Stiffness to Mechanical Metamaterials

Marc Bockrath

Asst. Prof. of Applied Physics, Caltech
Bockrath Group homepage
Thesis: Carbon Nanotubes: Electrons in One Dimension

Markus Brink

Post-doc, Devoret Group, Yale Univ.
QLab (Devoret) Group homepage
Thesis: Imaging Single-Electron Charging In Nanostructures By Low-Temperature Scanning Force Microscopy

Scott Bunch

Asst. Prof. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder
Bunch Lab homepage
Thesis: Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Graphene Sheets

Lisa Larrimore Ouellette

Stanford Assistant Professor of Law Homepage

Thesis: Chemical And Biological Sensing With Carbon Nanotubes In Solution

Andrew Lim

Director of Market Development, Seagate Technologies

Kent McCormick


Ethan Minot

Asst. Prof. of Physics, Oregon State Univ.
Minot Group Homepage
Thesis: Tuning The Band Structure of Carbon Nanotubes

Jiwoong Park

Asst. Prof. of Chemistry, Cornell Univ.
Park Group Homepage
Thesis: Electron Transport in Single Molecule Transistors

Geoff Pilling

Sun Microsystems

Samantha Roberts
Peter Rose
Isaac Storch
Keith Wald

Xinjian Zhou

Post-doc, Material Physics Dept., Sandia National Labs
Sandia homepage
Thesis: Carbon Nanotube Transistors, Sensors, And Beyond


Hiram Conley

Graduate Student, Davis Group, Brigham Young University

Rodrigo Lacerda

Professor, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

Ive Silvestre

Graduate Student, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

David Tanenbaum

Prof. of Physics, Pomona College Professor homepage

Rena Zieve

Prof. of Physics, Univ. of California, Davis Professor homepage

Undergraduate Students

Caleb Hustedt
Lam Jun Wei
Daniel Losowyj
Peijie Ong
Alex Ruyack
Derrick Stokes

Mississippi State University

Si Ping Wang
William S. Whitney

Research Support Specialist

Joshua W. Kevek

Associate Director of Development, OpSIS
Nanophotonics Lab
Electrical and Computer Engineering
110 DuPont Hall
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Cell: (541)961-1290
Office: (302)831-1681