Welcome new members in Fall 2012

Nanolab welcomes three new members to the group: Postdoctoral researcher Yael Zilberman (PhD, Technion, Israel), Doctoral candidate and Dean's Fellow Guoqing Fu (MS, Univ. of Florida) and Visiting doctoral candidate Ting Guo (MS Southeast University, China).


Brian and Nick defended their MS Thesis

Brian Nugent and Nick Marcoux, both Draper Lab Fellows have defended their MS thesis this spring. Brian's thesis topic was "A radiation hardened mutually compensated mobility threshold voltage reference approach", and Nick's thesis topic was "Large Signal Modeling of GaN HEMT devices for Power amplifiers". Brian has since joined Draper Labs and Nick Marcoux has joined Teradyne for full time positions. Congrats to both!


Graphene Outlook in Boston Globe 1/9/2012

Research on graphene at NanoLab was mentioned in Boston Globe "The Sky's the limit, it seems, with graphene". Click here for the full article.


Jian Guo is now Dr. Jian Guo

Jian (Jerry) Guo defended his PhD dissertation titled "Design and Implementation of a CMOS Digital Phase Imager for Time-resolved Luminescence Imaging Applications" on Sep 6th. He will begin work for Omnivision in Santa Clara, CA after leaving Tufts.


Research Openings in NanoLab

Nanolab at Tufts University is always looking for Research Assistants (RA) interested in pursuing PhD degrees in the areas of (1) RF/ Millimeter-wave circuit design and (2) Chemical and Biological Sensors on CMOS.

A postdoc position is no longer available!

For more information on these positions and how to apply, please visit this link.

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