Mardochee Reveil (Clancy group) wins Best Poster at the Cornell's Nanofabrication Facility annual meeting 2015
Mardochee Reveil from Paulette Clancy's research group at Cornell won the Best Poster award at the 2015 annual meeting of Cornell's Nanofabrication Facility. His poster, "Characterizing the Behavior of Van der Pauw Devices under non-Ideal Conditions," featured his innovative computational work to understand how the performance of van der Pauw devices is affected by changes in the size and shape of the contact as the contact dimensions are decreased. These devices are a commonly used way to determine thin film sheet resistances. Reveil has a Masters degree from Syracuse University and is currently a PhD candidate in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell. He works closely with an experimental group led by Prof. Michael O. Thompson (Mat. Sci.& Engr.), focusing on understanding dopant activation and diffusion in InGaAs.