University of Central Florida
United States of America
Dr. Lee Chow received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Clark University in 1981. He was a postdoc at Chapel Hill, UNC for three years before joining the Physics department at UCF in 1983. He also holds a joint appointment at Materials Science & Engineering department at UCF.
Experienced with synthesis of carbon nanotube and fabrication of CNT devices. Experienced with chemical bath deposition of CdS and ZnO thin films and nanostructures. Experienced with various thin film characterization techniques. UCF, College of Science, Research Incentive Award. 2004. UCF, College of Science, Distinguished Research Award, 2009.
“Numerical Simulation support for Diffusion Coefficient measurements in Polycrystalline Thin Films”, A. Portavoce, I. Blum, L. Chow, J. Bernadini, and D. Mangelinck. Defect and Diffusion Forum, 309, 63-72 (2011)
Dopant diffusivity and solubility in nickel silicides”, I. Blum, A. Portavoce, K. Hoummada, G. Tellouche, L. Chow, D. Mangelinck, and V. Carron. Phys. Stat. Solidi c 8, 670-673 (2011)
“Boron Clustering in Implanted NiSi”, A. Portavoce, I. Blum, D. Mangelinck, K. Hoummada, L. Chow, V. Carron, and J. L. Labar. Scripta Materialia 64, 823-831 (2011)