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PEOPLE:

 

Max Batres
  • developing thin film layer transfer, direct bonding, and other processes for UV-C laser and light-emitting devices
  • liquid crystal cell development for hyperspectral imaging.
  • nine patents related to epitaxial crystal growth, device fabrication and LED light extraction
  • M.S., Materials Science, UCSB; B.S., Materials Science, MIT

 

Warren Jackson
  • large-area printed electronics; metal oxide electronics; many-sensor actuator control systems; task-based system design
  • machine learning; sensor/actuator machine learning; biosensing
  • Ph.D., M.S., Physics, UC Berkeley; Fellow, APS; 100 patents; 250 publications

 

Joseph Lee
  • digital electronic design, field-programmable gate arrays, board layout, schematic capture, AD/DA interface, and design with power regulators
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, UC San Diego

 

Clinton J. Smith
  • precision sensor system research and development
  • nanofabrication, photonics/optics, spectroscopy, device packaging, biosensing, data analysis, algorithm development, and simulations and modeling of physical systems
  • carbon nanotube-based sensor networks for measuring methane emissions as part of the ARPA-E MONITOR program.
  • Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Princeton University; B.S., Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Nanotechnology for Clean Energy IGERT fellowship at Princeton