Colleges > Cullen College of Engineering > Graduate Faculty: Cullen College of Engineering > Department of Materials Science and Engineering Faculty
H. Ardebili. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Maryland. Lithium-Ion Batteries, Polymer Nanocomposite Electrolytes, Lithium-Ion Conduction, Materials for Energy Storage, Electronics Materials.
D. Litvinov. Professor and Associate Vice Provost/Dean, Graduate School; Ph.D., Michigan. Micro/Nano fabrication.
P. Ruchhoeft. Associate Professor; Ph.D., University of Houston. Nanolithography and nanofabrication, modeling of resist exposure and development, etching and thin-film deposition.
J. Ryou. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Texas. Materials Science and Engineering, semiconductor materials, Photonic/electronic devices, nanotechnology.
V. Selvamanickam. M. D. Anderson Distinguish Professor; Ph.D., University of Houston. Materials science and engineering, superconductivity.
P. Sharma. M.D. Anderson Chair Professor and Department Chair Nanomechanics of Materials Professor; Ph.D., University of Maryland: mechanics.
W. C Shih. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Nanobiophotonics
G. Stein. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara. Polymer thin films; self-assembly; dynamics at surfaces and interfaces; diffusion in polymer films; optical and electron-beam lithography; alternative nanofabrication techniques; x-ray scattering.
L. Sun. Associate Professor; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. Biomechanical systems.
S. Wang. Distinguished University Professor; Sc. D., MIT. Solid mechanics, materials science and engineering, superconductivity.
K. White. Professor Emeritus; Ph.D., Washington (Seattle). Materials science, ceramics, metallurgy.
Y. Yao. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Nanomaterials and nanostructures for high energy density Li-ion batteries, low cost and large scale energy storage for electricity grid applications, nanophotonic structures for efficient solar-to-electricity and solar-to-fuel conversion, nanostructured thin-film solar cells for light trapping, materials and device physics in polymer solar cells and thin-film transistors.
C. Yu. Assistant Professor; Arizona State University; flexible/stretchable electronics, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), additive printing, solids state electronics, energy harvesting storage.