2016

The Class of 2016: May

B.S. Graduates

 

The undergraduate (B.S.) MSE Capstone Design Class of May 2016. Far left: Professor Ray Phaneuf.

The undergraduate (B.S.) Class of May 2016 at commencement.

 

Omar Abdullah
Jeremy Baum
Luke Bittner
Danielle Fansi
Mariela Georgieva
Steven Grant
Yonatan Griboff
Brian Heligman
Jessica Hwang
David Kabelik
Konnor Kim
Kyle Kim
Muhammad Leviandhika
Louis Levine
David Marin
Megan McGuffey
Michael Messina
Rohan Mittal
Sadia Naseem
John Osmond
John Panagiotopoulos
Zachary Pelczar
Ian Robinson
Scott Roman
Samuel Song
Daniel Tamayo
Claire Tomaszewski
Casey Vantucci
Garrett Wessler
Christopher Wong
Oliver Zhao

M.S. Graduates

Andrew Lawson
John Matthew Reilly
Laura Jean Weidman

Dr. Greg Hitz, Dr. Romaine Isaacs, Dr. Dominik Metzler, and Dr. Mert Vural

 

Ph.D. Graduates and Dissertations

Romaine Isaacs: "Characterization of Copper Covetic Bulk and Films: Copper with High Carbon Content." Advisor: Prof. Lourdes Salamanca-Riba.
 
Greg Hitz: "Development of Li+ and Na+ Conducting Ceramics and Ceramic Structures of Use in Solid State Batteries." Advisor: Prof. Eric Wachsman.
 
Mert Vural: "Polymer-Nanoparticle Composites for Applications In Flexible Electronics." Advisor: Prof. Peter Kofinas.
 
Dominik Metzler: "High Precision Plasma Etch for Pattern Transfer: Towards Fluorocarbon Based Atomic Layer Etching."  Advisor: Prof. Gottlieb Oehrlein.

 

The Class of 2016: Summer
 

M.S. Graduates:

Andrew Lawson


Ph.D. Graduates and Dissertations:


Greg Hitz - Development of Li+ and Na+ Conducting Ceramics and Ceramic Structures for Use in Solid State Batteries.  Advisor:  Prof. Eric Wachsman.

Chanyuan Liu - Nano-Engineering of Densely Packed Electrochemical Energy Storage Architectures By Atomic Layer Deposition.  Advisor:  Prof. Gary Rubloff.

Dominik Metzler -  High Precision Plasma Etch for Pattern Transfer: Towards Fluorocarbon Based Atomic Layer Etching.  Advisor:  Prof. Gottlieb Oehrlein.

Joshua Taillon

Jiayu Wan - Manipulation of Ions, Electrons, and Photons in 2D Materials.  Advisor:  Prof. Liangbing Hu.