Affiliated Researchers: Vapor Deposition

Affiliates are Penn Staters who have a connection to or an interest in the work of the Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Displaying 11 search result(s) for Vapor Deposition.

Joan Redwing


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Nanowires, Nanowire, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Silicon, Substrates

David Snyder


Research Associate, Applied Research Laboratory (ARL)
Top research keywords: Graphene, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Substrates, Vapor Deposition, Chemical Vapour Deposition

Joshua Robinson


Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Graphene, Transition Metals, Monolayers, Heterojunctions, Monolayer

Nasim Alem


Norris B. McFarlane Faculty Career Development Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Monolayers, Transition Metals, Boron Nitride, Monolayer, Graphene

Tom Jackson


Robert E. Kirby Chair Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: Thin Film Transistors, Substrates, Transistors, Pentacene, Thin Films

Donghai Wang


Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Top research keywords: Anodes, Lithium Sulfur Batteries, Lithium-ion Batteries, Anode, Lithium

Long-Qing Chen


Hamer Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Top research keywords: Ferroelectric Materials, Simulation, Domain Walls, Polarization, Phase Transitions

Melik Demirel


Professor, Engineering Science and Mechanics
Top research keywords: Proteins, Liquid Film, Protein, Thin Films, Polymers

Rongming Chu


Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Top research keywords: High Electron Mobility Transistors, Heterojunctions, Two Dimensional Electron Gas, Two-Dimensional Electron Gas, Breakdown Voltage

Mark Horn


Professor, Engineering Science and Mechanics
Top research keywords: Thin Films, Lithography, Vanadium Oxides, Oxide Films, Liquid Film

Timothy Tighe


Research Associate, Materials Characterization Lab
Top research keywords: Self Assembled Monolayers, Monolayers, Self Assembled Monolayer, Atoms, Monolayer