Wang, Deli

Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Division: UCSD
Phone: 858-822-4723
Fax: 858-534-0556
Room: 3808
Mail code: 407
Research Layer: Networked Infrastructure

Bio: Professor Deli Wang's research is focused on nanoscale sciences and technology with specific emphasis on growth/assembly, characterization, and application of materials and devices at nanometer to atomic length scales. His research interests can be divided into three inter-related areas, (1) growth of semiconductor nanostructures, such as nanowires and nanowire heterostructures (2) characterization and understanding of the fundamental electronic, optical and opto-electronic properties of these new classes of materials (3) design and development of hierarchical assembly of nanoscale complex and functional systems for electronic, photonic, and biological detection applications. Additionally, Wang is interested in exploration of materials and concepts in the emerging field of spin-based electronics, such as one-dimensional dilute magnetic semiconductor nanomaterials.

Research: Deli Wang joined UCSD's Jacobs School of Engineering as an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in 2003. He received his Ph.D. in materials from UC Santa Barbara in 2001. Most recently, Wang was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University where he explored the growth of silicon nanowire with novel radial heterostructures, and consequently fabricated nonvolatile memory, decoder and nanowire integrated circuits. Wang served as a reviewer of journal papers for Synthetic Materials from 1998-2000, and is a member of the Materials Research Society, Americal Chemical Society and American Physical Society.