We congratulate our team member, Dinorah Segovia, for winning the Individual Capstone Project Funding at the University of Utah. She receives $1,000 for her research project of Si plasmonic micro/nanowire sensors. Dinorah is using a customized wet-oxidation furnace in our lab to engineer the size of the nanowires for tunable plasmonic resonances.
We appreciate the great help from Nanofab staff members (particularly Mr. Tony Olsen and Mr. Brian Baker) to make this possible. We are grateful for the generous support of the University and the ECE Department. See the news posted on the ECE Department website (ECE_Story).