Cassandra L. Remple
I am a PhD candidate in Materials Science and Engineering working with Prof. Matt D. McCluskey.
My predominant focus is on 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. MOS capacitors, thin film transistors).
Currently, my focus is on optical spectroscopy on 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 photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy.
I graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelors 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. I have a great appreciation for the resources at OSU, and the Materials Synthesis and Characterization Facility.
My full CV can be viewed here: (Link).
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