This morning, graduate student Zach Lentz passed his qualifying exam and will be continuing his work on group IV nanowires with the McIntyre group!
Dmitry Mikulik is returning to his home university of EPFL to finish his PhD with Anna Fontcuberta.
Siying joined the McIntyre group in October 2017 as a GLAM postdoctoral fellow. Siying's interests include mid-infrared nanophotonics, topological photonics and 3D photonic materials. Her research at Stanford focuses on mid-infrared light emission and absorption of GeSn nanowires. She also explores unique plasmonic and phononic properties of gold nanoparticles with hcp crystal lattices. Siying received her PhD from Caltech in June 2017.
Aein joined the McIntyre group in September 2017 with a research focuses on metal-oxide thin films, TiO2 in particular. She will pursue a systematic study of the formation and annihilation of conductive filaments in TiO2 through structural and electrical characterization. Aein plans to examine the influence of deposition conditions, process chemistry, post-deposition annealing and the crystallinity of the metal oxide films on filament formation. Before joining the McIntyre group, Aein's research interests included studies of nanoscale III-V/High-k MOS structures in both planar and nanowire geometries, transport studies of III-V nanowires, and fabrication/characterization of lateral single GaSb nanowire FETs.
After successfully defending his thesis earlier this summer, Kechao is leaving Stanford to start a postdoc in Junqiao Wu's group at Berkeley.
After office renovations, the McIntyre group has been reunited! After having the group split between rooms for quite a long time, the added capacity of the office has allowed for all McIntyre students to have desks in the same room again. Come visit the group, along with some members of the Salleo and Melosh groups, now living together in McCullough 203!
This morning, graduate student Michael Braun passed his qualifying exam and will be continuing his work on group IV nanowires with the McIntyre group.
Kyle Kemp is leaving his post-doctoral position in the group, best of luck in your future!
Lucas Guniat finished his Master's project here and is returning to his home university of EPFL to work on his PhD with Anna Fontcuberta.
Yanming successfully defended his thesis this afternoon, congratulations!
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