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Current group members

  • Andy Linscheid, Postdoc (Physics)
  • Michael Ashton, Postdoc (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Shreyas Honrao, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Josh Gabriel, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Joshua Paul, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Biswas Rijal, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Stephen Xie, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Chaitanya Kolluru, Ph.D. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Mohit Israni, M.S. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Srinidhi Mula, M.S. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Yao Zhang, M.S. student (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Nina Jovic, Sophomore (Chemical Engineering)
  • Dorde Gluhovic, Junior (Electrical Engineering)
  • Halee Lester, Sophomore (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Maria Garcia, Sophomore (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • Seve Monahan, Junior (Computer Science)
  • Clay Tezel, Sophomore (Physics)
Group-2016

The Hennig group in February 2016.

Previous group members

  • Benjamim Revard, Ph.D. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (August 2017), Intel Engineer
  • Kiran Mathew, Ph.D. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (December 2015), Postdoc at LBNL
  • Arunima Singh, Ph.D. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (October 2014), Postdoc at LBNL
  • Will Tipton, Ph.D. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (April 2014), Google Engineer
  • Houlong Zhuang, Ph.D. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (January 2014), Assistant Professor at Arizona State University
  • Ziyu Zhou, M.S. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2015), currently Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech
  • Ran Duan, M.S. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2015), currently Law school at Berkeley
  • Anna Yesypenko, undergraduate in Computer Science at Cornell University
  • Rohit Ramanathan, B.S. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2015), currently Ph.D. student at Northwestern
  • Bryan Antonio,  B.S. degree in Applied and Engineering Physics (May 2015), currently Ph.D. student at Rice University
  • Michael Blonsky, Bachelor in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2014), currently Ph.D. student at Colorado School of Mines
  • Melissa Felizardo, Bachelor in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2014)
  • Kent Liu, founder of PurseIO
  • C. J. Lee, currently a Ph.D. student in AEP, Cornell
  • Clive Bealing, Postdoc (currently at U. Conn.)
  • Di Qian, M.Eng. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2013)
  • Stewart Wenner, Bachelor in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2013)
  • Dan Fredeman, Bachelor in Materials Science and Engineering (May 2012)
  • Stephen Dacek, Bachelor in Materials Science and Engineering (May 2012), currently Ph.D. student at University of Maryland
  • Matthew Fishman, Bachelor in Applied and Engineering Physics (May 2012), currently Ph.D. student at CalTech
  • Daniel Clerk, Bachelor in Chemistry (May 2012)
  • William Dirschka, Bachelor of Science (May 2012)
  • Catherine Matulis, REU Summer student, 2012
  • Andy Sanchez, REU Summer student, 2011
  • Simon Y. Lee, M. Eng. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2011)
  • Rebecca R. Ruckdashel, Bachelor in Applied and Engineering Physics (May 2011)
  • Josh Taillon, Bachelor in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2011),
    Senior Thesis Award and Senior Poster Award
  • Kathleen Schwarz, Ph.D. in Chemistry with T. Arias (June 2014), currently at NIST
  • Kyle Hansen, M. Eng. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (May 2010)
  • Miguel Laporta Cerdeiras, M. Eng. degree in Materials Science & Engineering (December 20009)
  • Jennifer Rieser, Master degree in Physics (August 2009)
  • Adil Gangat, Master degree in Applied and Engineering Physics (May 2009)
  • Anna Dieslin, REU Summer student, 2008
  • Steven Ha, Bachelor in Materials Science and Engineering (May 2008)
  • Helen Craig, REU Summer student, 2007, currently Ph.D. student at Stanford
Group Spring 2013

The Hennig Group in Spring 2013.

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