Roya Maboudian, Group Leader
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Co-Director of Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center
My main research interests are in the areas of surface/interfacial science and engineering of micro-/nanosystems, and thin-film science and technology.
Carlo Carraro, Research Staff
Adjunct Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Surface science: gas-surface interaction; wetting, lubrication and tribology; surface scattering and quantum coherence; phase transitions at surfaces and in nanotube arrays.
Nanometrology: inelastic light scattering from nanostructures.
Microsystems technology: high performance materials for MEMS reliability and for harsh environment applications.
Leslie Chan, Graduate Student
M.S. Chemical Engineering Practice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014
S.B. Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
My research is on the synthesis and defect engineering of transition metal dichalcogenides for improved sensor and transistor performance.
Siyi Cheng, Graduate Student
M.S. Control Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2014
B.S. Measurement and Control Technology and Instrumentation, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 2010
My research focuses on the synthesis of semiconductor nanostructures for gas sensing and electrochemical applications.
Adrian K. Davey, Graduate Student
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), 2018
My research is on the implementation of colorimetric analysis for carbon dioxide sensing.
Steven DelaCruz, Graduate Student
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Nevada – Reno, 2015
My research concerns the development and characterization of electrode materials for thermionic energy converters.
Xiang Gao, Graduate Student
B.S. Chemistry, Peking University, 2015
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) based sensing materials
David Gardner, Graduate Student
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Iowa State University, 2016
My research is on gas sensing with metal-organic frameworks.
Aifei Pan, Graduate Student
Ph.D Candidate, Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2014
B.S. Mechatronic Engineering, Chang’an University, 2013
Yong Xia, Graduate Student
Ph.D Candidate, Instrument Science and Technology, Xi’an Jiaotong University
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2015
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Chang’an University, 2013
My research focuses on improving sensitivity and selectivity of gas sensors.
Yuhui Xie, Graduate Student
B.S. Material Chemistry, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, 2011
Samuel He, Undergraduate Student
My research is on utilizing self-assembled monolayers and metal-organic frameworks for increased sensitivity in gas sensing.
Sanket Swamy, Undergraduate Student
My research concentrates on the use of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) toward colorimetric gas sensing.