Roberto C. Myers
Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering,
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
office: 476 Watts Hall
phone: 614-547-9771, campus: 2-8439
Ph.D. Materials, 2006
Univ.of Calif. Santa Barbara
B.S.E. Materials Science and Eng. & B.A. Philosophy, 2001
Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia
MQ462 Lab: 614-247-7073, MBE Lab: 614-688-3065
John Jamison MSE)
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
John Jamison graduated from the University of Florida in May 2013 with a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering. He joined Professor Myers group in August of 2013. His research interests include the Spin Seebeck Effect and the growth of thin films for spintronics devices.
Office: 467 MacQuigg Labs
Elline graduated with a B.S. in Physics from California State Polytechnic University in June 2017. She did undergraduate research in optics. She joined Professor Myers group in August 2017 and is working on epitaxial thin film growth and spin seebeck effect with potential applications to novel optoelectronic technologies.
Darpan Verma (MSE)
Md Mohsinur Rahman Adnan (ECE)
Graduate Student Alumni
Brelon May (2019), NREL
Zihao Yang (2017), Applied Materials
Brandon Giles (2017), Scienta Omicron
Emilio Codecido (2017), OSU Physics
ATM Golam Sarwar (2015), Intel
Thomas Kent (2014), Batelle Memorial Institute
Santino Carnevale (2013), VEECO Instruments, Inc.
Jing Yang (2013), SCI Engineered Materials, Inc.
Daniel Hoy (LakeShore Cryotronics)
Masihhur Laskar (OSU)
Alessandro Giussani (Paul Drude Institute, Berlin)