Members

  • Undergraduate Student

Summer 2005

  • Undergraduate Student

Spring 2015 - Summer 2015

  • 4th Year
  • Undergraduate Student
  • Physics
  • Visiting Scientist

2012, Physics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

  • Undergraduate Student

Summer 2006

  • Undergraduate Student

Winter 2010 - Summer 2010

  • Undergraduate Student

Winter 2005 - Spring 2005

Viktor Brus
  • Postdoc

Current position: Georg Forster Postdoctoral Fellow, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany

  • 2nd Year
  • Graduate Student
  • Materials Chemistry

cAFM and thermoelectric devices

  • Chem 3243
Shinuk Cho
  • Visiting Professor

Condensed Matter Physics

  • Chem 3242B, Broida 4411
  • Graduate Student

Graduated in December 2013 (Current employment: Advisor, State of California Energy Commision)

Sam Collins
  • Graduate Student

Graduated January 2017 (Current Employment: Engineer, Intel Corporation)

  • Undergraduate Student

Summer 2007

  • Postdoc

Current position: EaglePicher Technologies

  • Graduate Student

Graduated in June 2009 (Current employment: Senior Scientist, Thinsilicon Corp.)

  • Postdoc

Current position: aPEEL Technology, Inc.

  • Postdoc

Current position: Research Scientist, National University of Vietnam

  • Undergraduate Student

Fall 2009 - Summer 2010

Ala Eftaiha
  • Visiting Professor
  • The Jordanian Fulbright Visiting Scholar Award
  • Former Member

Organic Photovoltaic

Carolina Espinoza
  • Undergraduate Student
  • Chemical Engineering

Temperature effects on exciton diffusion length in organic semiconductors.

  • Visiting Scientist

2006 and 2011, Department of Physics, Universidade Federal do Paraná

  • Graduate Student

Graduated in August 2009 (Current employment: Senior Scientist, Next Energy Technologies)

  • Visiting Scientist

September 2011, Department of Physics, University of Jaume, Spain

  • Graduate Student

Graduated with MS degree in September 2005. (Current employment: Chemist, Aculon Inc.)

  • Visiting Scientist

2015, Institute of Polymers Science and Technology, CSIC-Spain

  • NSF IGERT Fellow
  • Graduate Student

Graduated in September 2014 (Current Employment: Staff Materials Engineer, SunPower Corporation)

  • Visiting Scientist

2012, Chemical Engineering Department, Nanyang Technologyical University

Michael Heiber
  • Postdoc
  • Formber Member

Organic Semiconductor Device Physics, Computational Modeling

  • Graduate Student

Graduated in June 2010 (Current employment: Founder, Next Energy Technologies)

  • Postdoc

Material physics

  • Chem 3132
  • Visiting Scientist

2011, School of Materials Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology

Jianfei Huang
  • 1st Year Graduate Student

Materials Chemistry & Physics

Michael Hughes
  • 3rd Year
  • Graduate Student
  • Materials Chemistry

Processing and characterization of organic solar cells.

  • Postdoc

Materials chemistry

Emily Jarvis
  • Visiting Professor
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Seaver College of Science and Engineering
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Undergraduate Student

Summer 2016

  • Graduate Student

Graduated with MS degree in September 2012 (Law School, University of Washington)

  • 2nd Year Graduate Student
  • Visiting Scientist

2015, Physics Department, Cukurova University, Turkey

  • Undergraduate Student

Winter 2008 - Fall 2009

  • Undergraduate Student
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Postdoc

Current position: Research Scientist, Samsung, Korea

Seo-Jin Ko
  • Postdoctoral Scholar

Multi-junction solar cells based on conjugated polymers.

  • Undergraduate Student

Winter 2014 - Summer 2014

  • Postdoc
  • Alumni

Current position: Intel Corporation

  • Undergraduate Student

Summer 2006

  • Visiting Scientist

2006, Institute of Materials Science, Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology

  • Postdoc

Current position: Research Scientist, Department of Chemistry, University of Arkansas

  • Undergraduate Student

Fall 2014 - Winter 2015

Hui Li
  • Postdoc

Current position: Research Scientist, Biochemistry Laboratory, UCSB

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