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Julia W.P. Hsu
Professor-Materials Science & Engineering, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, TI Nanoelectronics Dist Chair-Materials Science & Engineering
Office MailstopMail Box: RL10, NSREL, Room No.: 4.412 
Email Address  jwhsu@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number (972) 883-5789    Media Contact
 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 PhDPhysicsStanford University1991
 MSPhysicsStanford University1987
 BSEChemical EngineeringPrinceton University1985
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Research Interests
  • Electronic
 and 
transport
 properties
 at 
the 
organic‐inorganic 
interface

  • Growth 
and
 assembly
 of 
semiconductor
 nanostructures

  • Nanostructured 
composites 
for 
solar
 energy 
harvesting

  • Development
 and
 application 
of 
novel 
nanofabrication 
techniques


  • Spatially 
resolved
 studies
 of
 local 
electrical 
and 
optoelectronic
 properties
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  YearPublication  Type
2010
D. A. Scrymgeour, C. Highstrete, Y.‐J. Lee, J. W. P. Hsu, and M. Lee, “High Frequency Impedance
Measurements on ZnO Nanorod Arrays,” J. Appl. Phys. 107, 064312 (2010) DOI:
10.1063/1.3319555
Other
2010
C. Zhou, A. Trionfi, J. C. Jones, J. W. P. Hsu, and A. V. Walker, “Comparison of Chemical
Lithography using Alkanethiolate Self‐Assembled Monolayers on GaAs (001) and Au,” Langmuir
26, 4523‐4528 (2010) DOI: 10.1021/la9033029
Other
2010
C. Zhou, A. J. Trionfi, J. W. P. Hsu, and A. V. Walker, “Electron Beam Induced Damage of
Alkanethiolate Self‐Assembled Mononlayers (SAMs): Monolayer Structure and Substrate
Conductivity,” J. Phys. Chem. C 114, 9362‐9369 (2010) DOI: 10.1021/jp911402u
Other
2010
J. A. Floro, J. Michael, L. N. Brewer, and J. W. P. Hsu, “Preferred Heteroepitaxial Orientations of
ZnO Nanorods on Ag,” J. Mater. Res. 25, 1352 (2010)
Other
2010
R. J. Davis, M. T. Lloyd, S. R. Ferreira, M. J. Bruzek, S. E. Watkins, L. Lindell, P. Sehati, M. Fahlman, J. E. Anthony, and J. W. P. Hsu, “Determination of Energy Level Alignment at Interfaces of Hybrid
and Organic Solar Cells under Ambient Environment,” J. Mater. Chem. (11/2010) DOI:
10.1039/c0jm02349c
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2003-2010Principal Member of Technical Staff  Sandia National Laboratories
1999-2003Member of Technical Staff  Bell Laboratories
1993-1999Associate ProfessorPhysicsArts and ScienceUniversity of Virginia
 News Articles
2 New Profs Expand University's Nanotech Strength
UT Dallas News Center

Two leading experts in the mechanics and materials of high-tech engineering have joined the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas, further expanding the University’s position as a leading nanotechnology research center. 
 
Each of the new faculty members will be the inaugural holder of an endowed chair, both of which have been funded by Texas Instruments.
 
The two new faculty members are:
 
Dr. Massimo Fischetti: Previously a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fischetti holds a Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair in Nanoelectronics. He earned a PhD in physics from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1978, and his research involves the theory of electronic transport in semiconductors and the limits of semiconductor scaling.
Dr. Julia W.P. Hsu: Previously a scientist in the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies at Sandia National Labs, Hsu also will hold a Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair in Nanoelectronics. She earned a PhD in physics from Stanford University in 1991, and her research focuses on interfacial phenomena in organic-inorganic hybrid systems, the structure and electrical properties of self-assembled monolayers, and the chemical patterning of surfaces using conventional and soft lithographic techniques.

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 Additional Information
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Professional Associations
  • American 
Physical 
Society

  • Materials 
Research 
Society


Professional Associations
  • Member,
 Nomination
 Committee,
 of
 the 
American
 Physical
 Society 
Division
 of
 Condensed
 Matter 
Physics 
(2010)

  • Panel
 review
 for 
NSF 
Solar
 Initiative 
(2010)

  • Chair,
 International
 Relations
 Committee,
 Materials
 Research 
Society 
(2010‐2012)

  • External
 advisory 
board, 
U.
Massachusetts 
Energy 
Frontier 
Research
 Center 
PHaSE
 (2009‐2014)

  • Chair, 
Program
 Committee
 for 
American 
Physical 
Society 
Workshop
 on 
Energy 
Research 
for
 Young 
Physicists, 
American 
Physical 
Society 
Topic 
Group
on 
Energy
 Research
and
 Applications
 (2010)

  • Advisory 
board,
 International 
Conferences 
on 
Modern 
Materials 
and
 Technology 
(2009‐2010)

  • Advisory
 panel,
 Princeton 
Center 
for 
Complex
 Materials 
(2009‐2015)

  • Advisory
 board,
 TACT
 2009
 International
 Thin
 Film 
Conference 
(2009)

  • Review
 panel, 
DOE
EPSCoR
 program
 of 
Idaho 
State
 (2008,
2009)

  • James 
C. 
McGroddy 
Prize
s election 
committee, 
American 
Physical 
Society
 (2007‐2008)

  • Member,
 Program
 Committee
 for 
American
 Physical 
Society 
Workshop
 on 
Energy 
Research
 for
 Young 
Physicists
 (2008‐2009)

  • Treasurer
 and 
Chair 
of 
Operational 
Oversight 
Committee, 
Materials 
Research 
Society 
(2006‐2007)

  • Review
 panel 
for 
DOE 
Solar
 Energy
 Utilization
Initiative 
(2007)

  • Board
 of 
Directors, 
Materials 
Research
 Society 
(2005‐2007)
  • Member‐at‐Large 
in 
the 
Executive 
Committee 
of
 the
 American 
Physical 
Society
 Division 
of
 Materials 
Physics
 (2004‐2007)

  • Editorial
 Board,
 Solid 
State 
Communications 
(2005‐2008)

  • Lead
 organizer
 for 
2007
 Materials
 Research
 Society
 Fall
 Meeting
 Symposium
 F: 
“Interfaces 
in
 Organic
and 
Molecular 
Electronics 
III”


  • Meeting
 Chair
 for 
the 
2004 
Materials
 Research
 Society 
Fall 
Meeting

  • Organizing
 “Interfacial 
Phenomena
in 
Nanostructured 
Materials 
and 
Devices” 
Workshop
 at
 Telluride 
Science
 Research
 Center
 (2008, 
2010)

  • Member
 of
 the
Minerals, 
Metals
 and
 Materials
 (TMS)
 Society
 Electronic
 Materials
 Committee
 (2000‐2006)

  • Invited
 organizer
 for 
1997‐2010
 Electronic
 Materials 
Conference

  • Invited
 participants
 on
 DOE 
Workshop
 on
 “Basic
 Research
 Needs
 for
 Solar
 Energy
 Utilization”
 (2005)

  • Invited 
participants 
in 
the 
Special 
National 
Nanotechnology
 Initiative
 (NNI) 
Interagency
 Grand
 Challenge 
Workshop
on
 Instrumentation 
and
 Metrology 
at 
NIST 
(2004)

  • Invited 
participants 
in 
U.
S.
National 
Academy
 of 
Engineering
 “Nineth 
Annual
 Symposium
on
 Frontiers 
of
 Engineering”
 (2003)
    
  • Invited
 participants
 in 
Vision 2020 
Nanomaterials
 and 
the
 Chemical 
Industry
 R&D 
Roadmap 
Workshop 
(2002)

  • Panel
 review
 for
 NSF 
Materials
 Research
 Science 
and
 Engineering 
Centers 
reverse 
site 
visit 
(2002)
 
  • Invited
 participants 
in 
U.
S. 
National 
Academy
 of
 Sciences 
“Thirteenth
 Annual
 Symposium 
on 
Frontiers 
of 
Science”
 (2001)

  • Member
 of
 American
 Physical
 Society 
Committee
 on 
the
 Status 
of
 Women
 in 
Physics
 site 
visiting
 committee 
to
 Penn
 State 
(2000)

  • Lead
 or ganizer
 for 
1998
 Materials
 Research
 Society
 Spring 
Meeting
 Symposium
 S :
“Nanoscale
 Materials
 Characterization 
Using 
Scanning
 Probes”


  • Panel 
review
 for 
NSF
 Career 
Award
 (1998)

  • Panel
 review
 for 
NSF 
Major 
Research
 Instrumentation 
(1997)

  • Invited 
participants 
in
 U.
S.
National 
Academy
 of 
Sciences
 “Sixth
 Annual 
Symposium
 on 
Frontiers
 of 
Science”
 (1994)

  • Review 
papers 
for 
Phys. 
Rev.
 Lett., 
Appl. 
Phys. 
Lett., 
Nano
 Lett.
 J. 
Appl. 
Phys., 
Phys.
 Rev. 
B, 
Rev. 
Sci.
 Instrum.,
 Science,
 J.
Phys. 
Chem.,  
J.
Crys. 
Growth, 
L angmuir, Advanced
 Materials, 
Small,
Chem.
 Phys.
Lett., 
Solid
 State 
Comm., 
Thin 
Solid
 Films,
 Org.
Electron. 
Appl.
 Surf.
 Sci.,
 Elec.
 Device 
Lett., 
J.

  • Elec.
 Mater.,
 J.
Am. 
Chem.
Soc., 
Optics
 Express,
 Optics
 Letters, 
Europhysics 
Lett., 
Scanning
 Microscopy, 
Materials
 Research
 Society 
Meeting 
Proceedings

  • Review 
proposals 
for 
NSF,
 DOE, 
EPA,
 and
 ARO

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