Prof. Xihong Peng's Computational Group

Principle Investigator

Prof. Xihong Peng [CV]

Work Experience:
Professor, ASU-Polytechnic, Mesa, AZ, Jul. 2021-present
Associate Professor, ASU-Polytechnic, Mesa, AZ, May 2014-Jul. 2021
Assistant Professor, ASU-Polytechnic, Mesa, AZ, Aug. 2008-May 2014
Postdoctoral Researcher, RPI, Troy, NY, Oct. 2007-Aug. 2008
Visiting Assistant Professor, Skidmore College, NY, Sept. 2007-May 2008
Research Consultant, GE Global Research Center, NY, May 2005-Dec. 2005
Research Intern, GE Global Research Center, NY, May 2004-Aug. 2004

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,Troy, New York, Ph.D. in Physics, 2007
Beijing Normal Univeristy, Beijing, China, B. S. in Physics, 2000


Andrew Copple, PhD student, fall 2010 - summer 2016, Graduated in Aug. 2016 with Ph.D.
working on the project of semiconducting nanostructures, such as graphene nanoribbons, group III-V nanowires, and zinc oxide nanostructures

Sean Caudle, Master student, fall 2011 - fall 2013, Graduated in Dec. 2013 with M. S.
Working on earth-abundant photovoltaic materials, transition metal oxides and sulfides

Nathaniel Ralston, Master student, spring 2011 - spring 2012, Graduated in May 2012 with M. S.
Worked on group III-V semiconducting nanowires and H-storage

Paul Logan, Graduate student, spring 2009 - summer 2010
Worked on group IV Ge and Si/Ge core-shell nanowires