Cassandra L. Remple
I am a PhD candidate in Materials Science and Engineering working with Prof. Matt D. McCluskey. I plan to graduate by July of 2024, and am currently open to job opportunities.
Currently, my focus is on optical spectroscopy of gallium oxide (Ga2O3), a wide bandgap semiconductor. In the McCluskey group, we study the physics of defects in oxide semiconductor materials. My primary work is with low-temperature Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and both spatially resolved and averaged photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy.
My previous focus and primary interest is semiconductor physics. More specifically, device physics and fabrication. I have spent time in a cleanroom environment fabricating and electrical testing different semiconductor devices (i.e. thin film transistors, and MOS capacitors).
I graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering in 2017. I have been working in thin film electronics research since 2014, first as an undergraduate assistant and then later as a technician with a startup company out of OSU called Amorphyx.
My full CV can be viewed here: (Link).
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