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|David Zubia, Ph.D.
- CdTe-based solar cells
- Electronic materials
- Semiconductor device physics
- Construction of Nanofabrication Facility
|2000||Ph.D|| University of New Mexico|
|1993||M.S|| University of Texas at El Paso|
|1989||B.S|| University of Texas at El Paso|
Academic Honors & Awards:
|2011||UTEP Grand Marshal|
|2011||MAES National Outstanding MAEStro Award|
|2002||Professor of the Year in Electrical Engineering|
|1991||Ford Foundation Doctoral Fellowship.|
|1991, 1993||US Department of Energy Scholarship.|
|US Patent Application SN: UNM-482.|
|Member of Tau Beta Pi Honor Society.|
1. David Zubía, Mario Rodríguez, Luís Romo, Brandon Aguirre, Sandra Oyer, Arev Escobedo, Stella Quiñónez, and John McClure,"High Performance Solar Cell Arrays" Invited Talk, presented at the International Material Research Congress, Cancun, Mexico, October 28 – November 1, 2007.
2. D. Zubia, S. Zaidi, S. D. Hersee and S. Brueck, Nanoheteroepitaxy - A Nanofabrication Route to Improved Epitaxial Growth, Invited Paper, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 18, 3514 (2000).
3. Sergio F. Almeida, Brandon Aguirre, Noel Marquez, John McClure, and David Zubia, "Resistive Switching of SnO2 Thin Films on Glass", Integrated Ferroelectrics,126:1 (2011) 117-124.
4. D. Zubia, S. Zaidi, S. Brueck, and S. D. Hersee, Nanoheteroepitaxial growth of GaN on Si by organometallic vapor phase epitaxy ,Appl. Phys. Let. 76, 858 (2000).
5. D. Zubia and S. D. Hersee, Nanoheteroepitaxy: The Application of Nanostructuring and Substrate Compliance to the Heteroepitaxy of Mismatched Semiconductor Materials, J. Appl. Phys. 85, 6492 (1999).