Nick Yun received his B.S. degree in nanoscale engineering in University at Albany (CNSE). He is a first year graduate student, pursing his Ph.D. in nanoscale engineering from SUNY Polytechnic Institute. He has a background research of synthesis and optical characterization of SiC (nanowires) and 2D materials. As of now, his interests are designing and fabricating energy efficient devices utilizing wide-bandgap materials.
He is currently involved in…
- High voltage and low voltage PowerAmerica projects
- 1.2 kV GaN PN diodes for Arpa-E
- 1.7kV JBS diodes for PEMC
From these projects, he has learnt to understand the fabrication process of each devices, and to design and simulate the following devices based on their voltage ratings.