Seminar: Prof. Mark W. Horn, Pennsylvania State University

  • 2015-10-04
  • Seminar: Prof. Mark W. Horn, Pennsylvania State University

Prof. Mark W. Horn visited to the University of Hong Kong to give a seminar. His presentation was held in Room 7-37, Haking Wong Building on September 30, 2015. His presentation was entitled “Prospects for Sculptured Thin Films and Status of Sputtered SnSfor Photoelectric Applications.” Prof. Mark W. Horn received his PhD from The Pennsylvania State University in Engineering Science in 1989 and worked as a member of technical staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory until 1998. He then moved to Penn State and was associate director of the PSU Nanofabrication Facility. He is currently full professor in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Penn State, he teaches mechanics and materials courses. He is also in charge of the mechanics and nanotechnology minors for the university. His research interests include all aspects of semiconductor device processing, electronic and photonic materials and devices, infrared imaging, sensors, nanomaterials and corrosion resistant thin films. He is also interested in various humanitarian engineering efforts that have a direct impact on marginalized communities.