Alumni

Bastien Bonef headshot
Alumni

Bastien Bonef obtained is PhD is nano-physics and nano-science at the University Grenoble Alps in 2015. He worked as a post-doctorate researcher on using atom probe tomography to investigate alloy fluctuations in nitride based devices. Bastien was a member of professor James Speck’s research group at the University of California Santa Barbara. He is now working as a device engineer in ALEDIA; a R&D company based in Grenoble (France) specialized in nitride based µ-LED for displays.

Jean-Marie Lentali
Alumni

Jean-Marie Lentali was a PhD student at Ecole Polytechnique (France), under the supervision of Marcel Filoche. He studied electrical engineering and nanotechnologies at the Ecole Polytechnique for 3 years, followed by several internships in spintronics and superconductivity specialized laboratories.

Guillermo Rey
Alumni

Guillermo Rey was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota. His work focuses on localization of eigenfunctions and the behavior of harmonic measure on rough boundaries. His main research interests include harmonic analysis, geometric measure theory, and partial differential equations. Previously, he worked as a software engineer at Google, after completing his Ph.D. in mathematics at Michigan State University in 2015. He is currently a software engineer at Wing.

Brian Shi
Alumni

Brian Shi was a graduate student at the University of Minnesota under the supervision of Douglas Arnold. His interests are in numerical analysis, high performance computing and their intersection. Before that, he did his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He is currently a software engineer at Intel, working in the performance libraries group

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