Profiles in "Solid State Physics" Expertise Area

  • Chizmeshya's current research interests span a broad range of topics in computational physical chemistry and materials science.
  • Director of the LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science. Research interests include phase transformation nanostructure, interfaces in solids, and high resolution analytical electron microscopy.
  • Newman served as the Lawrence Professor of Solid State Sciences and is an emeritus faculty member in the materials program at ASU. His research interests focus on novel solid-state materials.
  • After her PhD at the Catholic University of Louvain, N Herbots joined for 3 years Oak Ridge National Lab. She became IBM Prof. of Electronic Materials at MIT in 1987. She joined ASU Physics in 1991 to found ASU IBeAM.
  • Buseck is Regents Professor in ASU's Schools of Molecular Sciences and Earth and Space Exploration. His research interests are environmental/analytical geochemistry, cosmochemistry, and solid state geochemistry/mineralogy.
  • John Kouvetakis research interests include solid-state and molecular inorganic chemistry, as well as materials science of main group semiconductors.
  • Wang's research interests include thermal energy conversion, storage, and transport in nanostructured materials; thermoelectric power generation; thermal storage media; heat transfer, and phonon optics
  • Holman's research group at ASU focuses on new materials and device designs for high-efficiency silicon, CdTe, and silicon-based tandem solar cells.
  • Formicone's research interests span the broad area of solid-state RF and Microwave power amplifiers for communications, avionics, radars, defense and security applications.