Graduate students in my research group typically work individually or in groups of two on projects in experimental surface science. They become expert in all phases of experimental surface physics, from equipment design and construction through quantitative data analysis and oral and written communication of the results. This training has proved to be valuable for either academic or industrial careers. Past Ph.D. students have gone on to successful careers at colleges and universities and in major international companies such as IBM, Seagate and Samsung.
Joshua Cohen, Ph.D. 2018 (Tufts), UES Inc.
Chang Liu, Ph.D. 2008 (Tufts), Senior Engineer, Suntech Power
Ching-Ling Hsu, Ph.D. 2001 (Tufts), Professor of Physics, Chunyuan Christian University
Erik McCullen, Ph.D. 2001 (Tufts), GlobalFoundries
Evstatin Krastev, Ph.D. 1997 (Michigan State), Nordson Dage Precision Industries
Dennis Kuhl, Ph.D. 1996 (Michigan State), Professor of Physics, Marietta College
Keng Ching Lin, Ph.D. 1995 (Michigan State), FuJen Catholic University
Hong Wang, Ph.D. 1995 (Michigan State), Chairman, Pioneer Energy (Jiangsu), China
Chilhee Chung, Ph.D. 1993 (Michigan State), President, Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics
Jih-Shiuan Luo, Ph.D. 1992 (Michigan State), IBM