Group Members

 

Noel (Chris) Giebink

Assistant professor

Department of Electrical Engineering

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA

209H EE West

Ph: 814-865-2229

email

Chris Giebink is the Charles K. Etner Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Penn State University. He joined the department in the fall of 2011 following two years as the George Wells Beadle postdoctoral fellow at Argonne National Laboratory, where he focused on solar energy-related research. He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Princeton University working on organic light emitting diodes and lasers, and holds undergraduate degrees in both Physics and Engineering Science from Trinity University (TX).  He holds 5 patents and is a recipient of the DARPA YFA, AFOSR YIP, and NSF CAREER awards.  He is a member the Optical Society of America, SPIE, IEEE, the American Physical Society, and the Materials Research Society.

Faculty

Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

Rijul Dhanker

  1. Fei Bu (2014-2015), Thesis: “Anti-Stokes luminescence in Lumogen F dyes”

  2. Beverly Post (2014-2015), Thesis: “Exploring the concept of self-oscillating photovoltaics”

  3. Brian Markman (2012-2013)

  4. Bethany Bernardo (2012-2013), Thesis: “NPD-C60 organic solar cell charge transfer state characteristics”

  5. Josh McGowan (2012-2013), Thesis: “Light concentration via waveguide surface curvature”

  6. Xuerong Xiao (2012)

Alumni

Undergraduates

Graduates

Zelong Ding

Taehwan Kim

Alex Grede

Jared Price

Yufei Shen

Alyssa Brigeman

Yufei Jia

Seeking students for  2017/2018

Post-doctoral Researchers

Current post-doc opening >> Interested applicants should email a CV and cover letter to Prof. Giebink

Baomin Wang

  1. Yixin Yan --> Micron Technology. Thesis: “Sub-wavelength modulation of complex refractive index and chi2 optical nonlinearity in organic thin films” (2016)

Hoyeon Kim

Chiao-Yu Cheng