Welcome to the Nano-Electronics and Advanced Materials (NEAM) Research Lab. Our research focuses on the nanoscale energy transport and its applications in advanced materials and nano-electronic devices, as a combination of theoretical and experimental studies.
We welcome undergraduates, especially minority students, to work part time in our lab under the guidance from graduate students. Reasonable compensation for your efforts will be offered. A summer intern will be considered for qualified students. However, international students are not considered due to the visa and other issues.
Research Assistantship is available and highly motivated students are encouraged to apply. The focus will be on nanofabrication and phonon/electron simulations of next-generation electronic devices. However, we do not take students who is enrolled in other departments within UA. You expect to be enrolled in AME to get supported. We weclome students with backgrounds in microelectronics, materials science, and heat transfer. Please send your transcript and Resume to Dr. Qing Hao. Potential candidates will be contacted. For those in AME, you may meet with Dr. Hao and discuss the possibilities.
Feb 23, 2016
Dr. Hao received the NSF CAREER Award for research on grain-boundary thermal transport.
May 27, 2016
Dr. Hao gave an invited talk on electrothermal studies of GaN devices during the 3rd International Conference on Phononics and Thermal Energy Science, held at Xi’an Jiao Tong University. Thank Prof. Ronggui Yang for the invitation!
Oct 13, 2015
May 8, 2015
Dr. Hao gave a seminar and visited Prof. Xiaoliang Wang's lab at the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing, China). Thanks Prof. Wang for the invitation!
May 5, 2015
Dr. Hao gave an invited talk on broad search of thermoelectric materials during the 2015 Energy Materials and Nanotechnology conference (Phuket, Thailand).
Feb 2, 2015
Prof. Amit Kohli joined our group as a visiting scholar, welcome!
Jan 20, 2015
July 1, 2014
Dr. Hao gave an invited talk on the heat generation and conduction studies of Li-ion batteries on the 2014 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit & Exhibition, Shechtman International Symposium (Cancun, Mexico). Thanks to Prof. Katerina Aifantis for the invitation!