Director & Founder, American Strategic Technologies
Louisiana Tech University
United States of America
Dr. Chester Wilson is currently an Associate Professor with the department of Electrical Engineering and the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) at Louisiana Tech University. He is a faculty affiliate with Physics, Microsystems, and Nanotechnology. He received his MS in Applied Physics at the University of Washington-Seattle in 1996, and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2002. Dr. Wilson’s research experience is in Micro/Nanosystems, E and M waves/Plasmas, and Optical detection systems. He has an active research program in the areas of Homeland security detection systems, synthetic energy, nuclear monitoring, DoD Anti-tamper, and munitions. He is involved in numerous ongoing research projects with the industrial partners, DoE, Air Force, Army, and DoD. His previous work on plasma based, EM experiment/modeling, optical devices and radiological systems has been published in over 30 journals, such as JMEMS, IEEE Transaction on Electron Devices, and the Journal of Applied Physics. Dr. Wilson hasover fifteen patents, fifty invention disclosures, has multiple corporate IP licenses, and has been awarded over five million dollars in research grants/contracts.
Electronic Engineering, Materials Engineering
Weisman, Jeffery & Jammalamadaka, Udayabhanu & Tappa, Karthik & Nicholson, J.C. & Ballard, David & Wilson, Chester & D'Agostino, Horacio & Mills, David. (2015). 5:30 PM Abstract No. 13. 3D printing antibiotic and chemotherapeutic eluting catheters and constructs. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 26. S12.
Nicholson, J.C. & Weisman, Jeffery & Boyer, C.J. & Wilson, Chester & Mills, David. (2016). Dry sintered metal coating of halloysite nanotubes. 6. . 10.3390/app6090265.