KHIZROEV’S RESEARCH LAB

 

CURRENT TEAM MEMBERS

Principal Investigator: Sakhrat Khizroev

Graduate Students

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Undergraduate Students

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Undergraduate Students: Luisa Valderrama

GRADUATED STUDENTS (in chronological order)

  • Yazan Hijazi, Ph.D., 2006, Ph.D. thesis “Three-dimensional Nanomagnetic Memory,” (a tenured professor in Puerto Rico)
  • Pablo Gomez, Ph.D., 2006, Ph.D. thesisA nanoliter volume nuclear magnetic resonance system using tunneling magneto-resistive sensors to recognize biomolecules,” (Principal Scientist, Nanomond Corporation, Riverside, California)
  • Andrey Lavrenov, Ph.D., 2007, Ph.D. thesis “Focused Ion Beam Based Nanofabrication of Nanomagneto-electronic Devices,” (Senior Engineer, Hitachi Research, San Jose, CA)
  • Nikhil Joshi, Ph.D., 2007, Ph.D. thesis “Nanomagneto-electronics Via Imprint Lithography,” (Project Leader, Seagate Technology, Minneapolis, MN)
  • David Doria, M.S., 2006, M.S. thesis “Fabrication of CoCrPt and Co/Pd-multilayer nanomagnetic structures,” (Engineer, Boeing Corporation, Seattle, Washington)
  • Esnick Felissaint, M.S., Spring 2007, M.S. thesis “Nanoscale Ballistic Sensors”, (NYC)
  • Rajat Nair, M.S., 2006, M.S. thesis “Integrated Near-field Optical Systems to Record into Protein-based Media”
  • Robert Cameron, Jr., M.S., 2005, “Ferromagnetic Resonance Based Nanomagneto-electronics”
  • Nissim Amos, Ph.D., 2008, “3-D Memory” (CEO, Paramount Sensors, Riveside, CA)
  • Rabee Ikkawi, Ph.D., 2008, “Nanolasers,” (Senior Scientist and Project Leader, Western Digital Corporation, San Jose, CA)
  • Steven Choi, M.S., 2008, “Nanomagnetic Particles for targeted drug delivery” (HRL Labs, Malibu, CA)
  • Jeongmin Hong, Ph.D., 2009, “Graphene-based magnetic nanostructures and interfaces” (Research Scientist, UC Berkeley)
  • Robert Fernandez, Ph.D., 2010,”Heat-assisted Magnetic Recording”, (Senior Research Engineer and Project Leader, Seagate, Minneapolis, MN)
  • Beomseop Lee, Ph.D., 2010, “Nanomagneto-electronics Via E-beam Lithography,” (Engineer, Hitachi Research, San Jose, California)
  • Matthew Hudgings, Ph.D., 2010, “Protein-based memory”, (Engineer, Raytheon, San Diego, CA)
  • Yuan Tian, Ph.D, 2012, “Multilevel 3D electronics (computing) devices” (R/D Engineer, AOL, Palo Alto, CA)
  • Rakesh Guduru, Ph.D., Fall 2013, “Nano-Bio Electronics”
  • John Buttler, Ph.D., Summer 2014, “3-D Nano-magneto-electronics”
  • John Bryant, (a MD program at FIU)
  • Adrian Armas (Chervron)
  • Matthew Taon, “Magnetic field control of biological cell profileration” (a MD/PhD program at UCLA)
  • Patrick Flanigan, “Tunneling Magnetoresistive Sensors” (PhD Student, Physics, Brown University)
  • Frederick Gertz, “Nanomagnetic Arrays to Simulate Neural Networks” (UCR)
  • Katcha Taylor, 2008 REU Student, “Fabrication and characterization of magnetic nanocomposites” (PhD Student, Mayo Clinic of Medicine)
  • Ryan Fernandez, 2009 REU Student, “Ultra-high-anisotropy and high-moment nanomagnetic particles” (Cal Poly)

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Sakhrat Khizroev
AHC1-412, Florida International University
11200 SW 8th ST, Miami, Florida 33199
Ph. 305-348-3724
Fx. 305-348-3707
E-mail: khizroev@fiu.edu