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Graduate Student Researchers
  • Adeyomo Adetogum, supported researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “A high selectivity and high efficiency biochemical sensor based on quantum confinement”

  • Kossi Agbeye, Metallic Nanostructures Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics

  • Julius Ajayi, Absorption Mechanisms Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics

  • Motunrayo Akinpelu, Geophysical Modeling Project researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Science

  • Todor Antonijevic, Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions Project researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Ultrafast carrier dynamics of III-V Semiconductor Nanowires”

  • Aren Arakelyan, supported researcher, Department of Math and Computer Science
    Research: “Thermo stimulated current material characterization”

  • Frederick Ayivi, supported researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Science

  • Yonas Birhanemeskel, Geophysical Modeling Project researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Science

  • Donovan Bradley, Robotic Systems Project researcher, Department of Math and Computer Science

  • Cordero Cruz, Robotic Systems Project researcher, Department of Math and Computer Science

  • Jubril Davies, supported researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Sciences
    Research: “Semiconductor device characterization by DLTS system”

  • Brandon Davis, Absorption Mechanisms Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics

  • Raymond Dumeh, Neutron-Deuteron Breakup Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Characterization and computer simulation of nanostructures”

  • Joseph Estevez, Metallic Nanostructures Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Analyzing MM-Wave Absorption within Silicon Carbide due to the 2-Phonon Process”

  • Alan Fisher, Metallic Nanostructures Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics

  • Syed Gilani, Quantum Dots Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Production of III_V Semiconductor Quantum Dots by Ultrafast Pulsed Laser Decomposition”

  • Misty Green, Semiconductor Nanostructures Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Analysis of the Zn-Sn-O layer for CdTe solar cells”

  • Ochije Ikechukwu, Semiconductor Nanostructures Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Novel advanced metallic structures for multispectral filters”

  • Sanja Knezevic, supported researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Sciences
    Research: “Intensity and structure of the solar irradiation in North Carolina”

  • Auodeji Kuponiji, Polarimeter Seed Project researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “High energy photon polarimeter for astrophysical applications”

  • Sergei Lowe, Semiconductor Nanostructures Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Thermo stimulated current material characterization”

  • Justice McConnell, Hyperon-Nucleon Interactions Project researcher, Department of Physics

  • Olusola Olaniyi, Semiconductor Nanostructures Subproject researcher, Department of Physics

  • Vijayshree Pisupati, Geophysical Modeling Project researcher, Department of Environmental, Earth and Geospatial Science

  • Toros Torosyan, supported researcher, Department of Physics

  • Fatima White, Quantum Dots Subproject researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Electron localization in quantum dot interconnects”

  • Amaud Yombi, supported researcher, Department of Physics
    Research: “Hall effect material characterization”

  • Tanja Zatezalo, supported researcher, Department of Math and Computer Science