Assistant Professor of Physics
I am originally from South Korea. After graduating Texas A&M University with my B.S in Chemical Engineering, I worked at Samsung Electronics in South Korea as a semiconductor engineer for 6 years. I came back to the states and received my Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2020.
My research interest includes atomistic simulations of the structure and the properties of the high ... more ➔
Dr. Siaw received her B.S in Biochemistry from Biola University and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from UC Santa Barbara in 2013 where her research was focused on inorganic materials synthesis of ZnO thin films. She combines her love of materials science with her biochemistry and inorganic chemistry academic backgrounds to encourage interdisciplinary learning, and applies her diverse scientific training to the field of biomimetic synthesis. Aside from loving to nurture and encourage the passions of future scientists and engineers, she enjoys baking, painting and playing with her two sons.
Professor of Physics
A condensed matter physicist by training, Dr. Svitelskiy's research includes the propagation of acoustic waves through ferroelectric materials, as well as optical interferometry using NEMS sensors for mass spectrometry. He has also studied the elastic constant of materials in high magnetic fields and low temperatures.
A native of Ukraine, Professor Svitelskiy speaks Ukrainian, Russian, and English. He enjoys fishing in ... more ➔