Strong and experienced leader capable of managing technical client accounts, leading technical personnel in the research and development of new process, products, and materials.
Lectured and tutored underprivileged high school students from Los Angeles Unified School District on math, chemistry, and biology in the MedCor program.
Published the world's first experimental determination of the hydrostatic pressure depend coefficient of group-III nitride alloys.
Demonstrated the optical and electrical properties of radiation-induced native defects in InxGa1-xN Alloys for high-efficiency InxGa1-xN multi-junction solar cell.
Doctoral thesis: “Native Point Defects in InN and In-rich InxGa1-xN Alloys.”
Fundamental research on p-type doping of zinc oxide thin film.
Master thesis: "Nitrogen Doped Zinc Oxide Thin Film."
Participated in cathodic protection research in Professor John Newman\'s group
04/2005: The Best Berkeley Technology Award and 3rd place in the 7th Annual Berkeley Business Plan Competition (Team Helios: high-efficiency InxGa1-xN multi-junction solar cell) in Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
08/2004: The Best Poster Award at the 11th High Pressure Semiconductor Physics Conference: “Hydrostatic pressure dependence of the fundamental bandgap of InN and group III nitride alloys”
09/2001: The UC Berkeley Graduate Opportunity Fellowship
05/1998: William C. Miller's Scholarship for Physics
04/1998: Armen Sarafian Achievement Award
05/1997: William C. Miller's Scholarship for Mathematics
05/1996: William C. Miller's Scholarship for Chemistry
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