NASA-Ames Research Center, N229-1, Moffett Field, CA 94035; (650) 604-1776; firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY OF RESEARCH INTERESTS
·Physics of nanoscale systems, nanowires, nanotubes, and solid surfaces.
·Calculations of thermal conductivity, thermoelectric transport, electromigration, elastic and inelastic electron tunneling.
·Intense collaboration with experimentalists.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
· Theory of electron and phonon transport at the nanoscale.
· Green function techniques for non-equilibrium.
· Theory of nanowires and solid surfaces.
· LCAO ab initio techniques in chemisorption. Parallel computing.
2002-present: staff scientist, NASA-Ames research center. (UC contract.)
2000-2002: research scientist, NASA-Ames research center.
1998-1999: postdoctoral EU fellow, Himeji Institute of Technology, Japan. (European Union Fellowship.)
1997: PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. Summa cum Laude. Advisor: F. Flores, Prof.
Prize of the university to Highest Quality Ph.D. Thesis for year 1997.
1993: MS in Physics (Solid State), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.
NASA-ARC director’s discretionary fund (2002 and 2003). Title: Nanowire based thermoelectric refrigeration. Award:$80K. Principal investigators: N. Mingo, L. Yang.
NASA-ARC director’s discretionary fund (2004). Title: Vertical surround gate transistors and non-volatile memories by computer aided design and experimental prototyping. Award:$200K. Principal investigators: J. Han, H. T. Ng, and N. Mingo.
-Provided continous advise to grad student J. O’Keeffe during his PhD thesis work (2000-2004). The student worked jointly at NASA-Ames and Stanford University.
-Volunteer instructor at the Patten college program, for St. Quentin prison inmates (2002).
-European Union Postdoctoral Fellowship for researchers in Japan (1998-1999)
-PhD fellowship from the Ministry of Education of Spain (1994-1997)
-Postgraduate fellowship from the Autonomous University of Madrid (1993)
-Summer scholarship from the Foreign Ministry of Spain (1994)
-Summer ERASMUS-TEMPUS (EU) scholarship (1993)
Prof. D. A. Broido, Boston College
Prof. F. Flores, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.
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Dr. M. Salmeron, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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Prof. K. Makoshi, Himeji Institute of Technology, Japan.
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