Kai Fu

  • Phone: 801-581-8566
  • Email: kai.fu@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2136

Semiconductor devices, wide bandgap semiconductors (GaN, AlN, Ga2O3, BN, diamond), material epitaxy science, nanofabrication, semiconductor characterization, reliability, heterogeneous integration, power electronics, high-temperature electronics

Darrin Young

  • Phone: 801-581-6512
  • Email: darrin.young@utah.edu
  • Office: SMBB 3741

Low-power integrated circuits design coupled with MEMS-based sensing systems for wearable sensing, biomedical implant, environmental sensing, power transfer, RF communication, and general industrial sensing applications

Heayoung Yoon

  • Phone: 801-585-0334
  • Email: heayoung.yoon@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2136

Solar energy conversion, NanoEngineering: Engineering micro/nanomaterials to enhance device performance and functionality in the fields of solar energy conversion, advanced nanoelectronics, and 3D hybrid imaging at nanoscale

Massood Tabib-Azar

  • Phone: 801-581-8775
  • Email: azar.m@utah.edu
  • Office: SMBB 3737

Nano-electro-mechanical systems (NEMS), nano devices and molecular electronics, metrology tools, microwave-AFM for bio-nano-info, and novel fabrication techniques

Florian Solzbacher

  • Phone: 801-581-6942
  • Email: florian.solzbacher@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2110C

Harsh Environment MEMS, including: materials (SiC (on Si), SOI, GaN), metallisation systems for high temperatures and aggressive ambient conditions, and silicon fusion bonding and packaging issues

Berardi Sensale-Rodriguez

  • Phone: 801-585-5657
  • Email: berardi.sensale@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2134

EM and optics: terahertz technology, high frequency electronics, two dimensional materials, active metamaterials, plasmonics, and nanophotonics

Mike Scarpulla

  • Phone: 801-585-1231
  • Email: scarpulla@eng.utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2138

Semiconductors and photovoltaics: earth-abundant, benign compound semiconductors for thin film photovoltaics such as Cu2ZnSnS4. Other sulfide semiconductors for PV, light management for thin film PV, CIGS, laser processing of semiconductors, and the physics of semiconductor alloys and transition metal and rare earth additions to semiconductors.

Carlos Mastrangelo

  • Phone: 801-587-7587
  • Email: carlos.mastrangelo@utah.edu

Microfabricated systems that interface with biological structures at multiple scales. These include new microfluidics technologies, bioMEMS, novel detection microtechnologies and methods, cell and tissue level microinstruments and microsystems.

Sriram Krishnamoorthy

  • Email: sriramkrishnamoorthy@ucsb.edu

Semiconductors-based nanoscale electronic/optoelectronic devices, with focus on material synthesis, electronic transport, design/modeling, nanoscale fabrication, and characterization of devices and materials. Specifically, wide band gap oxide/nitride semiconductor devices for a wide range of applications such as power electronics, ultra-violet optoelectronics, vacuum electronics, and high temperature electronics

Hanseup Kim

  • Phone: 801-587-9497
  • Email: hanseup.kim@utah.edu
  • Office: SMBB 3709

Biological nano- and micro-systems in moving fluids for medical applications including micro- pumps and valves. System integration in robotics and energy harvesting for micro- robots, actuators, hydraulics, energy harvesting systems, and manufacturing technology