Current Student Researchers
Jesse Adamczyk

Undergraduate Materials Student


Aerosol Deposition


Idil Ayan

PhD Candidate
Bachelors in Materials Engineering

New Mexico Tech


Jöerg Exner

PhD Candidate


University of Bayreuth, Department of Functional Materials


Functional Materials


Aerosol Deposition and Electrochemical Devices


Research Visitor at New Mexico Tech, September-December 2014


Matthew Hinton

Undergraduate Materials Student


Aerosol Deposition



Richard Nelson

PhD Candidate


Particle Imaging



Kenneth Obi

Master's Candidate




Riley Reprogle

Undergraduate Materials Student


BS Thesis Topic: Textured Functional Ceramics


Maximillian Streibl

Student at University of Bayreuth


Materials Engineering


New Mexico Tech Materials Deptartment Intern


Recent Graduates
Kevin Ring

Masters in Materials Engineering


MS Thesis Topic: Anisotropy and Bi-dimensionality in BiMeVOx Ceramics


Bachelors in Materials Engineering


New Mexico Tech


Emrah Kulunk

MS “Thermal Modeling of Concentrated Photovoltaics Receiver Assembly”, 2014


Position: Engineer, Suncore Photovoltaics Inc.


Mitchell Maier

BS “Texturing Study of BIMEVOX Ceramics”, 2012


Position: Graduate Student, BREN School of Env. Science & Management


University of California, Santa Barbara


Theogene Nero

BS “Dielectric Testing Methods for Thin Film Conformal Coatings”, 2012



William Ricci

MS “Titanium Dioxide Coated Hollow Gass Microspheres; Nanoparticulate Coating Morphology Control, Analysis and its Effect on Photocatalytic Application, 2011



Position: Technical Specialist at Trelleborg Offshore