Postdocs

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Dr. Hui Cai

2018 - 2020, Hui received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering at Arizona State University and currently working as assistant professor at Department of Physics, University of California, Merced.
2D materials synthesis

Dr. Ben Foley

IC Postdoc, 2018-2019, Ben received his Ph.D degree in Chemical Engineering at University of Virginia and is currently working at Covalent Metrology.
Synthesis and Processing of Halide Perovskites.

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Dr. Kai Wang

2014-2018, Kai received his Ph.D. degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences at University of New Orleans and currently working at Intel Corporation.
Synthesis and characterization of 2D Materials

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Dr. Xufan Li

2013-2017, Xufan received his Ph. D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering at University of Georgia and currently working as a senior scientist at Honda Research Center.
Synthesis and characterization of 2D Materials

Dr. Bin Yang

2014-2017, Bin Received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science at University of Nebraska-Lincoln and currently working as a professor at Hunan University,
Halide perovskite/organic solar cells

Dr. Ming-Wei Lin

2013-2016, Ming-Wei received his Ph.D. degree in Physics at Wayne State University and currently working at Texas A&M University
2D Materials and devices

Dr. Ming Shao

2011-2013, Ming received his Ph.D degree in Materials Science and Engineering at University of Tennessee at Knoxville and currently working as a professor at Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Organic electronics, organic solar cells

Students

Olugbenga Olunloyo

2019-present, Department of Physics, UTK
2D quantum materials and devices

Yiyi Gu

2017-2019, Visiting student from Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS
2D materials synthesis

Akinola Oyedele

2014-2018, Bredesen Center, UTK, Currently working at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
2D electronic devices

Sanjib Das

2011-2016, UTK, Currently working as a Process Technology Engineer at Intel Corporation
Organic electronics, organic and halide perovskite solar cells

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