TANMS Faculty Advisers and Research Focus

University of California, Los Angeles



Professor Robert N. Candler

- Department of Electrical Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: 2D (Antenna), 3D (Motor)
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP


Professor Gregory P. Carman
- Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: 1D (Memory), 2D (Antenna), 3D (Motor)
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer RET/YSP


Professor Jane P. Chang
- Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Material development for nanoscale multiferroic memory and antenna testbeds
Lab availability: 2018 Summer REU


Professor Dino Di Carlo

- Department of Bioengineering


TANMS Research Focus: 3D (Motor) applications for cell manipulation
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP

    

Professor Christopher S. Lynch
- Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Modeling of magnetization control of nanoscale memory, antenna and motors.
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer REU

        

Professor Abdon Sepulveda

- Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Modeling of magnetization control of nanoscale memory, antenna and motors.
Lab Availabiliy: 2018 Winter/Spring URP, 2018 Summer REU


Professor Sarah Tolbert

- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

TANMS Research Focus: Material research for nanoscale multiferroic memory and antennae.
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP




Professor Kang L. Wang
- Department of Electrical Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Nanoscale multiferroic memory testbed development
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer RET/YSP


Professor Yuanxun Ethan Wang
- Department of Electrical Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Nanoscale multiferroic antenna testbed development
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer REU

California State University, Northridge


Professor Igor Beloborodov

- Department of Physics and Astronomy


TANMS Research Focus: Study of physics behind novel magnetoelectric phenomena through multiscale modeling and analysis
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP


Professor Nicholas Kioussis

- Department of Physics and Astronomy


TANMS Research Focus: Study of mechanical properties of mutiferroic systems through 
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP

Cornell University


Professor Darrell Schlom

- Department of Materials Science and Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Materials development for multiferroic applications
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP

Northeastern University


Professor Nian X. Sun

- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Materials development for microsystems
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP


University of California, Berkeley


Professor Jeffrey Bokor
- Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences


TANMS Research Focus: nanomagnetics and nanoelectronics research
Research Group Website: http://orange.eecs.berkeley.edu/
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer REU

 Professor Sayeef Salahuddin
- Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences


TANMS Research Focus: Analysis of acoustically-driven ferromagnetic resonance in magnetoelastic films for antenna applications 
Lab Availability: 2018 Summer REU

University of Texas at Dallas


Professor Rashaunda Henderson

- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering


TANMS Research Focus: Antenna characterization and fabrication
Lab Availability: 2018 Winter/Spring URP