Principal Investigator

Roberto Myers
email: myers.1079@osu.edu
office: 476 Watts Hall
phone: 614-547-9771, campus: 2-8439

Ph.D. Materials, 2006
Univ.of Calif. Santa Barbara
B.S.E. Materials Science and Eng., 2001
Univ. of Penn., Philadelphia

MQ462 Lab 
614-247-7073

MBE Lab 
614-688-3065

 

Postdoctoral Researchers 

Graduate Students 

Thomas Kent (MSE)
email: kent@matsceng.ohio-state.edu
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
Yellow Springs, Ohio. B.A. in Physics and Chemistry from Ohio Wesleyan University. His research interests include electromagnetic properties of semiconducting materials and RF/optical semiconductor devices.

 

 

A.T.M. Golam Sarwar (ECE)
email: sarwar.6@buckeyemail.osu.edu
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
Dhaka, Bangladesh. B.S and M.S. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He joined Prof. Myers group in the Fall of 2011. His research interest includes physics and application of nano-structures in electronic, optoelectronic and photonic devices.

 

 

Zihao Yang (ECE)
email: yang.1854@buckeyemail.osu.edu
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
Tianjin, China, B.E. in Photovoltaics and Solar Energy from University of New South Wales, Sydney and B.S. in Electronic Science and Technology of Nankai Univerisity, Tianjin. He is currenly working on the electromagnetic properties of semiconducting materials.

 

Brandon Giles (MSE)
email: bgiles22@gmail.com
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
Brandon graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in May 2011 with a B.S. in Engineering Physics. Since graduating, he has worked as a Junior Research Specialist in Professor Michael Crommie's Condensed Matter Physics group, where he used a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) to study graphene, nanoparticles, and photoswitching molecules. He joined Professor Myers' group in July 2012. His research interests include the Spin Seebeck Effect and its potential applications in spintronics and in developing bottom up nano-material assembly techniques to engineer useful new optoelectronic devices.

 

Brelon May (MSE)
email: may.528@buckeyemail.osu.edu
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
Marion, New York. He graduated from Clarkson University in 2013 with a B. S. in Chemical Engineering with a concentration in Materials Science and Engineering. He did undergraduate research in thin film photovoltaics. He joined the Myers ‘ group in August 2013 and is working on Gd/GaN films and epitaxial growth.

 

 

John Jamison MSE)
email: jamison.93@buckeyemail.osu.edu
office: 467 MacQuigg Labs, phone: 614-247-7073
John Jamison graduated from the University of Florida in May 2013 with a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering. He joined Professor Myers’ group in August of 2013. His research interests include the Spin Seebeck Effect and the growth of thin films for spintronics devices.

Undergraduates 

John D. Lok

 

 

Alumni

Post-Doc

Masihhur Laskar (OSU)

Alessandro Giussani (Paul Drude Institute, Berlin)

PhD

Jing Yang

Santino Carnevale (OSU)

Masters

Daniel Hoy (LakeShore Cryotronics)

Undergraduate

Anthony Tan

Evan Uchaker

Dan Chmielewski

Brian Goodwin

Bryan Esser

Aaron Washburn

Brittany Niles

Preston Conley

Laura Manuel

Lauren Gerber