Faculty Advisor

Prof. H. -S. Philip Wong
Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor of Engineering
CISX 312     +1 (650) 725 0982
hspwong@stanford.edu     http://www.stanford.edu/~hspwong/
Research Interests: Carbon electronics, biosensors, self-assembly, exploratory logic devices, nanoelectromechanical relays, device modeling, and non-volatile memory devices such as phase change memory and metal oxide resistance change memory


Administrative Assistant

Fely Barerra      
CISX 312     +1 (650) 723 1349

Graduate Students

Name Research Interests Email (@stanford.edu)
Kokab Bagbhani Wireless pH-Sensor kokab
Rakesh Jeyasingh Phase Change Memory - Physics and Modeling jrgdavid
Hong-Yu (Henry) Chen RRAM hongyuc
Luckshita (Lucky) Liyanage Wafer-Scale Fabrication and Characterization of Sorted CNT Networks for TFTs luckys
He (Linda) Yi Alternative Lithography Techniques heyi
Chiyui (Ethan) Ahn Phase Change Memory cyahn
Scott Fong Phase Change Memory - Device and Material Characterization swfong
Sukru Burc Eryilmaz Neuromorphic Architectures Using Phase Change Memory eryilmaz
Chi-Shuen (Vince) Lee Carbon Nanotube Device Modeling chishuen
Alvin Tang 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Electronics: Synthesis to Applications tanga9
Zizhen Jiang RRAM Device Modeling jiangzz
Ling Li 2D Materials lingli6
Gregory Pitner Carbon Nanotubes for Transistor Applications gpitner
Joon Sohn Phase Change Memory joonsohn
Xiaolin (Jasmine) Hu Bio-Electrical Sensors jxhu

Current Post Doctoral Fellows

Name Research Interests Email (@stanford.edu)

Xiaoqing Xu

MOCVD Growth of III-V and III-N based materials; III-V nanowires and biosensors steelxu
Seunghyun Lee Two-Dimensional Nanoelectronics: From Synthesis to Device Applications seansl
Jesse Engel Cognitive Computing Architectures and Applications jhengel
Ji Cao Carbon-based NEMS and Phase Change Memory jicao

Current Research Associates

Name Email (@stanford.edu)
J Provine jprovine
Jim McVittie mcvittie

Alumni - Graduated Students

Name Thesis Title Year of Graduation
Jie Deng Device Modeling and Circuit Performance Evaluation for Nanoscale Devices: Silicon Technology Beyond 45 nm Node and Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors June 2007
Gael F. Close On-Chip Demonstration of Carbon Nanotube Interconnects June 2008
Yuan Zhang Nanoscale Phase Change Memory: Device Structure and Material Characterization September 2008
Deji Akinwande Carbon Nanotubes: Device Physics, RF Circuits, Surface Science, and Nanotechnology November 2009
Albert Lin Carbon Nanotube Synthesis, Device Fabrication, and Circuit Design for Digital Logic Applications May 2010
Lan Wei Nanoelectronics: Technology Assessment and Projection at the Device, Circuit, and System Level August 2010
SangBum Kim Scalability and Reliability of Phase Change Memory August 2010
Saeroonter Oh Modeling of III-V Nanoscale Field-Effect Transistors for Logic Circuits August 2010
Li-Wen Chang Device/Circuit Fabrication Using Diblock Copolymer Lithography September 2010
Arash Hazeghi Carbon Nanotube Electronics April 2011
Cara Beasley Chirality Distributions: Effects of Carbon Source and Growth Condition Changes on the Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Grown by CVD May 2011
Marissa Caldwell Colloidal Nanoparticles for Phase Change Memory Applications August 2011
Jenny Hu Device Technology for Nanoscale III-V Compound Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors November 2011
Byoungil Lee Fabrication and Characterization of Nanoscale Resistance Change Memory (RRAM) November 2011
Soogine Chong Design and Fabrication of Electrostatically Actuated Nanoelectromechanical Relays and Their Integration with CMOS January 2012
Jiale Liang Toward sub-10 nm Phase Change Memory – Device Structure and Array Analysis June 2012
Xiangyu (Helen) Chen The Application of Graphene for Integrated Circuit Interconnect Technology

August 2012

Jason Parker Synthetic Routes Toward Scalable, Tunable Carbon Nanotube Ensembles for use in Devices June 2013
Shimeng Yu Resistive Switching Memory for Non-Volitile Storage and Neuromorphic Computing

July 2013

Yi (Alice) Wu Resistive Switching Random Access Memory (RRAM) – Scaling, Materials, and New Application August 2013

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