Cherie R Kagan Research Group

Electrical and Systems Engineering - Chemistry - Materials Science and Engineering

Ph.D. Student

Eric Wong

2010 - Present


Department of Physics

ericwong@Take that, spambots!sas.upenn.edu

Educational Background

University of Chicago
B.A. Physics, 2010


I am a Ph.D. student in the physics department here at Penn. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago in 2010, and my background is in condensed matter physics with a bit chemistry.

Research Interests

I am broadly interested in the links between the structure and properties of matter on atomic, nano, and macro scales. Specifically, I am most interested in examining the origins of complexity in nanocrystalline electronics. Most of my work centers on the transport physics of charge carriers in arrays of quantum dots with differing degrees of short- and long-range order, helping to clarify the correct physical models for understanding how charges move in quantum dot solids of varying complexity.

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