Left to right: Steven Taylor (Yeager Scholar), Abdul Abusalem, Thomas Wilson. Dr. Wilson explains how a ns-pulsed mini-YAG laser, under LabView computer-control, can be used to raster scan a heat pulse across a silicon crystal immersed in the liquid-helium cryostat shown in the foreground in order to image anisotropic phonons detected by a novel superconducting granular aluminum microbolometer (article submitted to Measurement Science and Technology)
Left to right: Steven Taylor, Thomas E Wilson have measured the Michelson contrast and modulation transfer function of twisted-nematic LCD displays (routinely used in blood pressure monitors as shown) in this federally-funded collaboration.
(l) Student inspecting a clean wafer. (r) Students conducting I-V characteristics of Schottky diodes.
(l) and (r) Students evaporating Al on silicon substrates.
Marshall participants at the 2003 Ohio Section of the APS Conference at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
left to right: Andrew Green, Thomas Wilson, Nicola Orsini, Justin Woods, Megan Collins, Adicus Garton, Kari Adams, Ashley Brown, Warren Dumke, and Quan Yuan
(l) left to right: Quan Yuan, Thomas Wilson, Warren Dumke (r) APS co-authors Adicus Garton, Quan Yuan and Thomas Wilson