Principal Development Engineer responsible for the Veeco MOCVD equipment. Research interests include crystal growth and characterization of group-III nitrides, as well as nitride based electronic and opto-electronic devices.
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Materials Department. Professor Kroemer has received numerous national and international honors and awards for his work, most recently-and most notably-the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physics "for developing semiconductor heterostructures used in high-speed- and opto-electronics," and the 2002 IEEE Medal of Honor.
Dr. Panpan Li is a postdoctoral researcher in the materials Department at UCSB. She works on DFB Lasers, Micro-LEDs, LEDs and UV laser diodes. Her activity involves the MOCVD growth, chip fabrication, and testing of DFB GaN Laser Diodes and MicroLEDs.
Oversees and manages all center operations and finance. Provides direction and support to faculty, researchers, and staff regarding space, budget, equipment, lab renovation, student affairs, facilities management, and special projects.
UMESH MISHRA, Richard A. Auhll Dean of the College of Engineering and Donald W. Whittier Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. A recognized leader in the area of high-speed field effect transistors. A leader in Gallium Nitride Electronics, his current research areas attempt to develop an understanding of novel materials and extend them into applications.
Co-Director of the Solid State Lighting and Energy Electronics Center; Professor of Materials and Electrical & Computer Engineering; The Cree Chair in Solid State Lighting & Displays; 2015 Draper Prize Laureate;
2014 Nobel Laureate; NAE, NAI, NIHF, Royal Academy
Morgan Pattison has a PhD in Materials Science from UCSB with thesis research on GaN based micro-cavity LEDs advised by Professor Shuji Nakamura. Upon graduation in 2006 Morgan went to work for the DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory based in Morgantown, WV, managing R&D for the DOE SSL R&D
Program. After 2 years with the DOE, Morgan started an LED and lighting focused technology consulting business, SSLS. He has continued to… Read More