Maksim Markov
Postdoctoral Associate
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Virginia,

Maksim obtained his master degree in statistical physics from St. Petersburg State University (Russia) in 2012 and his PhD degree in condensed matter physics from Ecole Polytechnique, France in 2016. He is currently a postdoc at Université catholique de Louvain Belgium
Han-Chun Liu
Postdoctoral Associate
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Virginia,

Han-Chun earned a Ph.D. in Physics from Georgia State University in 2016. His research interest is experimental condensed matter physics which includes device fabrication and electron and phonon transport in two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG). He is now working at  Advanced Research Systems
Junxi Duan
Postdoctoral Associate
Junxi Duan got his B. S. degree (2009) in physics and Ph. D. degree (2014) in condensed matter physics from School of Physics, Peking University.  He is an experimental condensed matter physics researcher who also likes theory and coding.  Currently, he is an Assistant Prof., Beijing Institute of Technology

Xiaoming Wang
Postdoctoral Associate
Xiaoming Wang obtained his B. E. degree (2009) in Chemical Engineering and Ph. D. degree (2014) in Physical Chemistry from School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University. His research interest is on first-principles calculation of quantum transport in nanoscale systems. Currently he is a senior research scientist at Univ. Toledo
Xiaobing Zhang,
Master of Science, MAE, Rutgers
Xiaobing Zhang obtained his B.S. degree in the School of Energy and Power Engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2013. Currently his research is focused on investigating and designing thermoelectric materials.

Chen Zhang,
Master of Engineering, MAE
Chen Zhang obtained his bachelor degree and engineering master degree from Energy and Power School of Harbin Engineering University, China. His research is mainly focused on the factors which improve the efficiency of thermoelectric generator.
Wenqing Shen,
          Master of Science, MAE
Bachelor, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2013

Currently: PhD student at GT

Nick Van Dyke
MAE (Mechanical Engineering)
University of Virginia
Class of 2019 (third year)
Email: nev7nc at
Akash Desai
Undergraduate, MAE, Aresty supported scholar
Akash Desai is a sophomore, pursuing a career in Mechanical Engineering. His research currently surrounds aspects of active and passive cooling in electronics circuits and ways to increase its cooling efficiency by incorporating Thermoelectric coolers.

Alex Perotti,
Master of Engineering,
MAE, 2016
Undergraduate, MAE, Aresty supported fellow
Academic Year 2014-2015
Adam Morphy
Undergraduate Student, MAE

Dong Wong Kwak,
Undergraduate, MAE
Dong Won Kwak is a senior pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Rutgers School of Engineering. His research is currently focused on measuring the Seebeck Coefficient of Thermoelectric material at high temperatures.

  Ivan Solomahhin,
Undergraduate, MAE, JJ Salde Scholar
Academic year 2014-2015

Jonathan Lonski
Undergraduate, Industrial Engineering, RiSE Scholar
summer 2015
Andrew Bassily
Undergraduate Student, MAE, 2015-2016
Priyanka  Malhotra
Undergraduate Student, MAE
supported by SUPER, 2016
Chen Xu
Undergraduate, Industrial Engineering,
summer 2015
Chen Xu is an undergraduate Junior of Industrial Engineering in the School of Engineering from Rutgers University. Currently her research is focused on measuring and designing thermoelectric materials in the future.
Rohan Sinha,
Undergraduate, MAE,
summer 2014, Spring 2016
Rohan Sinha is an undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University studying electrical engineering.
Tara Nietzold,
Undergraduate, Materials Eng, Aresty supported fellow
Academic Year 2014-2015
Thomas Serafin,
Undergraduate, MAE,
Summer, Fall 2014-Spring 2015
Natalia Millan,
Undergraduate, MAE,
Spring 2015
Anthony Tortorello,
Undergraduate, MAE, Spring 2014

Chandra Sekhar Srigiriraju,
Graduate Student, MAE, summer 2014

I am currently pursuing my Masters at Rutgers University in the Mechanical Department. My main areas of research are forced convection under the guidance of Prof. Yogesh Jaluria and efficiency of thermoelectric generators under the guidance of Prof. Mona Zebarjadi.

Vijayaraghavan Vembuli,
Master Student, MAE, Summer and Fall 2014

Anirudh Vojjala,
Undergraduate, MAE, Aresty supported summer intern
Summer 2014

Yasmeen Ragi,
Undergraduate, Chemical Eng.,
spring 2014

Juan Aguliar,
Undergraduate, MAE, Stevens Institute of Technology, GetUp supported summer intern 2014
Tao Tian
Undergraduate student, MAE, Spring 2014
Jeffrey Delucca, 
Master of Engineering, MAE, 2014
Bertrand Wang,
Undergraduate student, MAE , Spring 2014



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