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Haiyan Wang

Haiyan   Wang
Email:  hawang@nsf.gov
Phone: (703) 292-2264
Room: 1065 N
Organization:   (DMR)
Title:  Program Director

Program Responsibilities:
Electronic and Photonic Materials (EPM)

Program Director
Electronic and Photonic Materials
Division of Materials Research
Directorate for Mathematical & Physical Sciences
National Science Foundation

  • Ph.D., North Carolina State University (2002)
  • Director Funded Postdoctoral Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory (2002-2004)
  • Technical Staff Member, Los Alamos National Laboratory (2004-2005)
  • Assistant Professor (2006-2010), Associate Professor (2010-2013), and Professor (2014- present) Texas A&M University
  • Program Director, Division of Materials Research, National Science Foundation (2013-present)
  • Research interests: Nanostructured thin film heterostructures for structural applications, radiation tolerant materials, microelectronics, optoelectronics, ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials, high temperature superconductors, solid oxide fuel cells and solar cells; TEM, STEM and in situ TEM techniques.
  • More than 270 journal publications and 8 U.S. patents (with 5900 citations and H-index=37)

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