Xu Han received his BSEE degree from USF in 2014, and prior to that, he was a registered FAA A and P mechanic working on aircraft maintenance. In 2015, he started his Ph.D program as an undergraduate and joined the RF MEMS Transducer Group at USF. Since 2017, he serves as the lab manager as well as teaching assistants for a number of RF and MEMS related courses, such as WAMI, MMIC, MEMS I and II. He was the Entrepreneur Lead of one of groups representing USF participating I-Corps program funded by NSF in 2015. His current research area is focusing on high-performance piezoelectric MEMS resonators design and fabrication based on diamond film implementation partnered with II-VI Incorporated.
Poonam Lathiya received her B.S degree in Physics form University Of Delhi, India in 2009. After that, she completed her master degree in Physics from University of Delhi, in 2011. She also did two year research project in University Of Delhi on magnetostrictive-piezoelectric composites. She joined our group in 2015 as a graduate student. Her current research area is focused on synthesis and fabrication of novel magnetic composites substrates for RF/Microwave devices and for Near Field Communication (NFC) applications. Along with research, she has been involved as a teaching assistant for different Electrical Engineering courses such as WAMI, MEMS and senior design-II.
Ting-Hung Liu received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Yuan Ze University, Taiwan, in 2014 and the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Florida in 2018. Since summer 2017, Ting-Hung joined to the RF-MEMS Transducers Group at USF and his main research interests include modeling and fabricating acoustic emission sensors, piezoelectric micromechanical ultrasonic transducers.
Omer earned his B.Sc in Electrical Engineering in 2013 from Inonu University, Turkey. After working as a control engineer in an electrical bus project for a local municipality for 6 months in Turkey, he was awarded a prestigious government scholarship to pursue a master study in the US. He received his Master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Delaware in 2017. After that, he joined the University of South Florida as a graduate assistant to pursue his Ph.D. in January 2018. His research interest is RF/microwave, mm-wave devices-packaging technology, RF MEMS switch, and additive manufacturing.
Affiliation: Modelithics, Tampa, FL
Kevin Kellogg is pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering. In 2012, he received his MSEE And BSEE in Electrical Engineering from University of South Florida. As an undergraduate, he was involved in the Research Experience for Undergraduates program with the task of designing and building a plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition system (PE-ALD).Upon completion, it was awarded on merit of vacuum technology design and application at the American Vacuum Societies 57th Annual international symposium.
Ugur received his B.S degree from Istanbul University in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Turkey in 2014. The same year he was granted a prestigious scholarship to pursue master and doctorate degrees in the US. He earned his master's degree from the University of Delaware in 2019. Ugur joined the RF-MEMS Transducers Group at USF in Fall 2019 to pursue his PhD.
Carlos joined the group as a undergraduate researcher student. Carlos current project focus on additively manufacturing of highly tunable ferroelectric based interdigited filters. Key process of the project is laser sintering of ferroelectric ceramic slurries.
Liguan Li received her B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Jimei University, China in 2015 and M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of South Florida in 2018. Since 2019, Liguan joined the RF-MEMS transducer group at USF and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D degree in field of MEMS resonators. She also currently works as a graduate teaching assistant for semiconductor theory.
Vishvajitsinh Kosamiya joined the group as a masters student in June 2017. He recieved his B.S. in Electronics and telecommunicatons from Gujarat Technological University, India, in 2015. He is currently pursing his Ph.D at USF. His research focus is on high-k, low-loss ceramic-thermoplastic composite feedstock filaments, for applications in additive manufacturing of RF and microwave devices . He is currently a Teaching Assistant in EE science 2 course which uttilizes basic vector calculus concepts to make electromagnetic field theory more intuitive to undergraduates students.