Multidisciplinary Engineering Micro-Systems Group
 Mechanical Engineering: University of Colorado at Boulder

Victor M. Bright

Postdocs

Joseph J. Brown

Jason Gray

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Miles Abarr

Matt Brubaker

Nathan Eigenfeld

Harris Hall

Joshua Montague

Chris Roath

Alex Watson

Joel Weber

Others

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Jason Gray
jason.gray@colorado.edu

Jason is currently a postdoctoral research associate in Mechanical Engineering under Prof. Victor Bright. He received his B.A. in Physics with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Colorado at Boulder in May, 2004. As an undergraduate, he worked in a Particle Physics lab under Prof. Uriel Nauenberg where he was involved in investigating possible designs for the electromagnetic calorimeter for the proposed International Linear Collider particle accelerator. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Colorado in 2012. His Ph.D. thesis, finished under the supervision of Prof. Charles Rodgers, focused on gallium nitride nanowire electromechanical resonators. These devices show promise for high-sensitivity sensing applications, including the ability to measure sub-attogram (10^-18 g) masses. His current research involves designing, fabricating, and testing ultrathin bolometers for use in next-generation infrared cameras.

Research Projects: Uncooled Bolometers Using Atomic and Molecular Layer Deposition

Documents: Dissertation

   
 
   
 
 

Last Updated: July 2010
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