My work in graduate school and industry, before joining the faculty at WWU, focused on building and using expensive microscopes and semiconductor capital equipment.  Once at WWU, I changed my research direction to focus on building projects that are much cheaper.  The goal is to bring interesting science experiments into reach for schools without large budgets.

Published Work

  • Diodes:  A cheap and quick method for building diodes on a silicon wafer.
  • EPROM Chip Diffraction:  A method for getting 2-dimensional diffraction patterns.
  • studentSTM:  A minimal cost scanning tunneling microscope.

Unpublished Work

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