Associate Professor, Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering
Boise State University
Ph.D. in Nano-materials, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
M.Phil. in Microelectronic Engineering & Semiconductor Physics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Bachelor of Science in Electronics, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
Nuclear materials, electronic materials, quantum computing, and data science to accelerate materials discovery.
DNA-assembled dye aggregates for quantum computing applications using a combination of first-principles, classical molecular dynamics and machine learning methods; Nuclear materials and sensor devices design using ab-initio electronic structure calculations and molecular dynamics ; Low-dimensional materials and growth using first-principles thermodynamic, kinetic and electronic calculations; Carbon interfaces, structure and impacts on reactivity using first-principles methods.
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, current since spring 2019: Dye structure feature-property relationships to fundamentally understand quantum entanglement.
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, current since summer 2018: DNA-controlled dye aggregation for quantum computing.
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, current since fall 2017: 2D materials and growth mechanism.
Ember Sikorski, Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, current since fall 2016: Nuclear fuel corrosion and high-temperature irradiation-resistant thermocouples.
B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, current since summer 2019: Advanced manufacturing modeling.
B.S. in Mathematics, current since fall 2018: Machine learning.