Professor Diana Huffaker is Elected Fellow of The Optical Society
Professor Diana Huffaker has been elected Fellow of The Optical Society for her remarkable achievements in the advancement of optics. Prof. Huffaker specializes in directed and self-assembled nanostructure solid-state epitaxy, optoelectronic devices including solar cells and III-V/Si photonics. She is the director of the Integrated NanoMaterials Core Laboratory which investigates subjects on optoelectronic devices enabled by atomic self-assembly at the heterointerface in novel compound III materials for Si photonics, single photon sources, MWIR applications and solar cells.
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