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Founders Professor of Electrical Engineering and Physics, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU School of Engineering
Professor Morkoç researches nitride semiconductor heterostructures and devices
Acting Vice President for Research; Director, Center for Materials, Devices, and Integrated Systems (cMDIS); Henry Burlage Chaired Professor, Engineering; & Professor, Materials Science and Engineering · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Focuses on the relationships between structure and property in electronic materials
Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Özgür specializes in optical spectroscopy and photonic devices
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs | Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Triplett's research focuses on nanomanufacturing technologies that enable improved electronic and photonic device performance.
Founder & General Partner · Equity Management Partners, LLC
Pierre Villeneuve is an expert in the startup world, bringing technology and entrepreneurial leadership to investing and advisory roles.
Managing Director · Concordia Ventures
Silicon Valley industry Expert. International Business Development, Venture Capital and Angel Investing, Incubators and Accelerators
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Professor Castano specializes in tailoring surface properties of materials for applications in energy, transportation, and manufacturing.
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering
Nathaniel Kinsey's research broadly lies in the field of nanophotonics, studying the interaction of light with materials on the nanoscale.
Department Head, Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy & Gail and Jeffrey L. Kodosky ’70 Constellation Chair · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Using high-performance computing to examine the atom-level details of materials, using quantum mechanical techniques