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- Teng Shi
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- Melodie Fickenscher
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- Parveen Kumar
- Karunananda Pemasiri
- Thang Ba Hoang
- Sebastian Mackowski
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- Kapila Hewaparakrama
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- Amensisa Abdi
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- Alex Hodges
- Aaron Wade
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- Laurie Robinson
- Greg Balchin
- Chris Poweleit

Materials World Network Activities



February 2011

Prof. Chennupati Jagadish visite UC in February for two days, attending an all-day group meeting where all the graduate students present short presentations on their research. A social lunch was taken at Mick and Macks to allow everyone to visit and talk informally.



October 2009

Suriati Paiman from ANU visits for four weeks bringing a series of InP samples with her which were grown at high V/III ratio. Among these samples was the famous WR22-50 sample which exhibited strong WZ/ZB mixing.

November 2009

Jordan Kang visits from ANU for four weeks bringing a series of GaAs/AlGaAs and GaAs/GaP samples with him which were grown on Silicon substrates. After four weeks Jordan went to the MRS Meeting in Boston.


December 4-5, 2008

Former group member Dr. Thang Ba Hoang and his adviser Prof. Helge Weman visited from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. A Condensed Matter Seminar was given by Thang Ba Hoang on his recent work on GaAsSb/GaAs axial heterostructures. Short presentations were also given by group members Mohammmad Montazeri, Amir Maharjan, Saranga Perera, Melodie Fickenscher and Parveen Kumar.

August 21-22, 2008

Prof. Chennupati Jagadish from Australian National University visits the University of Cincinnati for two days. He attends a group meeting where the USA graduate students give short 10 minute presentations on their PhD research and progress that has been made. Profs. Jackson, Yarrison-Rice, Gass, Kogan, Smith and Jagadish go to dinner to socialize and discuss future plans. After breakfast the next morning, additional time is spent on the remaining presentations and a round table discussion on where to proceed for the future is made before Jagadish leaves in the afternoon.

June 15 - September 15, 2008

Melodie Fickenscher and Colin Boyle visit Australia National University for three months, funded by the IREE supplement to the NSF Biosensor grant.

January 20 - February 28, 2008

Howard Jackson visited Australia National University for one month during January-February 2008. He worked with the graduate student, postdocs and staff in Prof. Jagadish's group during his stay.


November 1 - December 15, 2007

Hannah Joyce visits for six weeks after IEEE conference in the USA. Samples are grown in preparation for the visit, and six weeks are spent doing CW and TR spectroscopy to characterize the nanowires. This work results in 3 papers published.