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ICAM Senior Fellows

2012 - Aping Zhang
Investigate fabrication of 3D metamaterial molecules using digital micro-mirror device-based nanofabrication technology.
From University of California, San Diego to Zhejiang University, part of Zhejiang Consortium

2012 - Maxim Dzero
Investigate a theoretical approach to topological kondo insulators.
From Kent State University in Kent, Ohio to Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

2012 - Illya Vekhtor
Developing the theory for coherent photon emission in superconductor-semiconductor.
From Louisiana State University, Louisiana Consortium to Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

2010-11 - Hector Mireles
Investigate a new optical method of manipulating colloidal particles suspended in liquid crystals using polarized light
From California State Polytechnic University at Pomona to University of Colorado, Boulder

2009-10 - Catherine Pepin
Understanding the properties of heavy fermion superconductors
From CEA-Saclay to Louisiana State University to Los Alamos National Laboratory

2008-09 - Michael R. Zochowski
Investigating structural network modifications underlying dynamics of information processing
From University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to Tel Aviv University

2007-08 - David L. Glanzman                        
Optically-Mediated Expression of Learning-Related Genes in Single Neurons of the Zebrafish
From University of California, Los Angeles to ENS Paris

2007-08 - Shimon Weiss                              
Molecular Imaging of cell signaling in small living organisms: ErbB signaling axis of zebra fish
From University of California, Los Angelesto ENS/CNRS Paris and Weizmann Institution

2007 - David Glanzman
Investigate optically-mediated expression of learning-related genes in single neurons of the zebra fish.
From University of California, Los Angeles to Ecole Normale Superieure.

2005-06 - Bogdan Mihaila                                    
Many-body theory for ultra-cold atom physics applications; Electronic structure and properties of actinides
From Los Alamos National Laboratory to University of Cambridge

2005-06 - Nigel Cooper                                
Rapidly Rotating Atomic Gases
From University of Cambridge to Princeton University

2005-06 - David Bensimon                          
Game Theory in bacteria and evolution
From ENS Paris to University of California, Santa Barbara

2004-06 - Vladimir Parpura                          
Nanoscale Single Molecule Study of the Protein Binding Forces Necessary for Synaptic Vesicle-Presynaptic Membrane Fusion
From University of California, Riverside to Rensselear Polytechnic Institute

2003-04 - Jan Engelbrecht                      
From Boston College to Princeton University


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