Current Students





Yusi Chen

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Eningeering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Microelectronics at Fudan University, Shanghai, China (2011)
Research interests: Nanostructure Solar Cell
Email: yusichen (@) stanford.edu





Xiaochi Chen

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Electronic Science and Technology, Huazhong University of Sci. and Tech. (2010)
Research interests: Ge/SiGe quantum-well devices, Si photonics
Email: chenxchi (@) stanford.edu

Huiyang Deng

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Electronic Engineering at Tsinghua University, China (2013)
Research interests: Dielectric Laser-driven Accelerator
Email: huiyang.deng (@) stanford.edu

Sage Doshay

Ph.D candidate in Applied Physics
Department: Applied Physics
Education: B.S. in Applied Physics at The University of California, Santa Cruz (2012)
Research interests: A blood lab on a chip for developing world, battlefield, and real-time measurement applications. Nanostructured III-V thin-film solar cells.
Email: sdoshay (@) stanford.edu





Ed Fei

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. Physics Stanford University 2007
Research interests: Materials integration and metamorphic growth for III-V MOSFETs on silicon substrate
Email: edfei (@) stanford.edu





Linfei Gao

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering at Peking University, China
Education: Ph. D candidate in Electrical Engineering at Peking University, China B.S. in Technical Physics at Xidian University, Xi'an, China (2010)
Research interests: Plasmonics, Solar cell
Email: linfei (@) stanford.edu

Sara E. Harrison

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Education: MSECE Purdue University (2010), BSEE University of South Florida (2008)
Research interests: Novel materials growth and characterization, solid-state semiconductor materials and devices, and scanning probe microscopy.
Email: sara9 (@) stanford.edu





Jieyang Jia

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. & M.S. in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, Stanford, California (2013)
Research interests: Multijunction solar cells
Email: jieyangj (@) stanford.edu





Yangsen Kang

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. Physics, Peking University, 2009
Research interests: III-V solar cell
Email: kys86 (@) stanford.edu

Ken Leedle

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2010)
Research interests: High power mode-locked lasers
Email: kleedle (@) stanford.edu





Xin Lei

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Microelectronics at Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China (2011)
Research interests: Retinal Prosthesis
Email: leixin (@) stanford.edu





Fariah Mahzabeen

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2009) Fulbright Science and Technology fellow' 2011
Research interests: Blood Coagulation VCSEL Sensor
Email: mfariah6 (@) stanford.edu





Seonghyun Paik

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: Seoul National University in Electrical Engineering (2007)
Research interests: Photonic crystal laser structures for single-mode high power and low noise
Email: spaik1 (@) stanford.edu





Colleen Shang

Ph.D candidate in Materials Science and Engineering
Department: Materials Science and Engineering
Education: BASc in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto (2012)
Research interests: GeSn heterostructures for optoelectronics
Email: ckshang (@) stanford.edu





Muyu Xue

Ph.D candidate in Materials Science and Engineering
Department: Materials Science and Engineering
Education: B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology. (2013)
Research interests: Silicon solar cell
Email: muyu (@) stanford.edu





Kai Zang

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S. in Electronics and Computer Science Engineering (EECS) at Peking Univeristy, China
Research interests: Silicon Photonics and avalanche photodiodes
Email: kaizang (@) stanford.edu

Weifeng Zhang

Email: wfzhang0327 (@) gmail.com

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Current Postdoctoral Fellows





Weisheng Lu

Education: PhD, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK (2009)
Research interests: Novel semiconductor materials and devices
Email: lu (@) snow.stanford.edu

Tomas Sarmiento

Ph.D candidate in Electrical Engineering
Education: M.S.E.E. Georgia Tech 2003, B.S.E.E. Universidad de Los Andes 1998
Research interests: MBE growth and fabrication of dilute nitride optoelectronic devices
Email: tsarmie (@) stanford.edu
Website: http://snow.stanford.edu/~tsarmie/

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Current Professors





Thorsten Hesjedal, Visiting Professor

Research interests: Growth and characterisation of epitaxial quantum materials,Topological insulators,Novel magnetic spin systems,Magnetic tunnel junctions, Fundamental processes of growth with atomic layer control by molecular beam epitaxy and UHV sputtering, Micromagnetic simulations.
Visiting from Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Physics, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU, England
Email: thorsten.hesjedal (@) physics.ox.ac.uk
Website: http://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/research/thin-film-quantum-materials





Ted Kamins, Consulting Professor

Education: B.S., M.S., PhD., University of California, Berkeley; Previous affiliation: Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Research interests: Solid-state devices and materials and nanostructures
Email: kamins (@) stanford.edu
Website: http://snow.stanford.edu/~kamins





Ofer Levi, Visiting Professor

Education: Ph.D. Physics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 2000
Research interests: Integrated Optical Biosensors
Visiting from University of Toronto, Canada in 2007-2009
Email: levi (@) snow.stanford.edu
Website: http://biophotonics.utoronto.ca/





Professor Byung-Gook Park

Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: B.S., M.S., Seoul National University, Ph.D., Stanford University
Research interests: Nanoscale CMOS, flash memories, silicon quantum devices, organic thin film transistors, and optoelectronic devices
Visiting from Seoul National University
Ph.D thesis: Vertically Integrated Resonant Tunneling Diodes: Analysis, Characterizations, and Performance Optimization, August 1990
Email: bgpark (@) snu.ac.kr
Website: http://smdl.snu.ac.kr/Personal/bgpark





Professor Ben Yoo

Department: Electrical Engineering
Education: Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering with Minor in Physics, Stanford University, CA, 1991 M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, CA, 1986 B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Distinction), Stanford University, CA, 1984
Visiting from the University of California in Davis





Professor Feng Zhan

Education: Ph.D. Condensed Matter Physics, Beijing Normal University,China(2008)
Research interests: III-V CIGS CZTS Solar cells, Si photonics, photodetector
Email: fzhan (@) stanford.edu

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Current Visiting Scientists

An Chen

Visiting from AMD
Email: an.chen (@) amd.com





Piotr Martyniuk

Education: M.S., Military University of Technology, Poland, Ph.D., Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Research interests: Infrared detectors
Visiting from New Technology and Chemistry Faculty; Military University of Technology
Email: pmartyniuk (@) wat.edu.pl
Website: http://www.wtc.wat.edu.pl





Kenji Orita

Education: B.S., M.S., Kyoto University, Japan, Ph.D., Nagoya University, Japan
Research interests: Optoelectronic devices
Visiting from Panasonic Corporation in 2013-2014
Email: orita.kenji (@) jp.panasonic.com

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Staffs





Yijie Huo

Department: Research Associate
Education: Ph.D. in EE Stanford University, 2010, M.S.E.E University of Maryland at College Park, 2004; B.S.E.E Tsinghua University, China, 2002
Research interests: Si photonics, Solar cells and Topological insulators
Ph.D thesis: STRAINED Ge AND GeSn BAND ENGINEERING FOR Si PHOTONIC INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, December 2010
Email: yjhuo (@) stanford.edu

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