Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (optoelectronics)
University of New Mexico 1999.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering (optoelectronics)
University of New Mexico 1995.
B.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of New Mexico 1991.
August 2001 to
Assistant Professor: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
University of Toronto.
to Jun 2001
Research Assistant Professor: Center for High Technology Materials,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New
Mexico. Taught and conducted research in collaboration with the Department of
Physics at the University of California at Berkeley.
to December 1999
Student Research Assistant: Worked toward my Ph.D. degree with Professor
Kevin J. Malloy. Dissertation title: “Superluminal Group Velocities and
to November 1995
Student Research Assistant: Worked toward my M.S. degree with Professor
Marek Osinski. Thesis title: “Determination of Effective Mass Hamiltonian for
Heterojunctions with Abrupt Interfaces.”
to August 1990
Laboratory Technical Assistance: Worked at the Department of Chemical &
Nuclear Engineering at the University of New Mexico. Responsible for