Chang Group @ EIPBN 2024

Chang Group attends the 67th International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN) in La Jolla, CA. The group presented talks on EUV Colloidal Nanosphere Lithography by SauravMultilayer Nanolattices by Vijay and Anti-dust Nanostructures by Andrew. The group also presented posters on  Contrast Degradation in Phase Shift Lithography by Cody, Mechanical Testing of Sapphire Nanopillars by Mehmet, EUV Resist Characterization by Ethan, Microstructures Devices on Nanolattice Films by Nana and Fabrication of Sapphire Nanostructures using Ultrafast laser by Joshua. Congratulations everybody!

Members of Chang Group meet with Dr. Mark Schattenburg from MIT

Jeffrey Defends PhD Thesis

Jeffrey has successfully defended his PhD thesis work on “Large Scale Multifunctional Bio-Inspired Nanostructures and Their Process Modeling Enabled by Optical Emission Spectroscopy”, co-advised by Dr. Dragan Djurdjanovic. Special thanks to Jeffrey’s Doctoral Committee members Dr. S. V. Sreenivasan, and Dr. Michael Baldea. Jeffrey will be joining Tokyo Electron in Austin, TX. Congratulations Dr. Chien!

Chang Group Awarded NSF PFI Grant

The Chang group has been awarded the NSF PFI grant titled “PFI-TT: Advanced Materials for Augmented/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Applications.” The grant will support their research on the use of ultra-low refractive index nanolattice materials in AR/VR devices.