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Professor Ozkan came to UC Riverside from the Applied Micro Circuits Corporation in San Diego, California, where he worked as the Senior Development Engineer from 1997 through 2001. He organized symposiums for the American Society for Mechanical Engineers-MMC 2001 Meeting in San Diego, CA and for the Fall 2001 Meeting of the Materials Research Society in Boston, MA. He is a member of the Materials Research Society, the Biomedical Engineering Society, and the American Society for Mechanical Engineers. His awards include a Ph.D. Fellowship by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Ph.D. Fellowship, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 1991
Cengiz Ozkan's research interests are in the areas of wafer fab processing, thin film mechanics and nanotechnology. His research in thin films emphasized strain relaxation, defect formation and morphological evolution in heteroepitaxial thin films and reliability of microelectronic devices. His current research is focused on self-assembly of structures and nanofabrication in semiconductors and polymers and fabrication of micro- and nano- electromechanical systems for biosensing and mechanical testing.
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