Christine Julien

Christine was selected based on her "demonstrated excellence in teaching innovation and excellence in K-16 instruction."

Jean Anne Incorvia

The award is the most prestigious offered by NSF’s CAREER Program, providing up to five years of funding to junior faculty members who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of their organizations’ missions.

Two-Dimensional Lasers

Will Burg, a PhD student in Texas ECE supervised by Dr. Emanuel Tutuc, has been able to demonstrate that by stacking two different semiconducting layers, with a precisely controlled zero-degree twist angle between the layers, a two-dimensional laser can be realized.

2019 Impact Report

Impact Report