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David Snoke
David Snoke (Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, A.B. Cornell University) is Professor of Physics at the University of Pittsburgh. He leads an experimental optics laboratory which studies basic quantum mechanical effects in semiconductors. He recently published an undergraduate textbook on electronics (Pearson, 2015) which integrates basic physics concepts with understanding electronic circuits.

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Leigh Smith
Leigh Smith is a Professor of Physics at the University of Cincinnati and uses laser light scattering to study the confined electronic and spin states in single nano structures. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois and his BA degree in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Virginia. He worked for two years at IBM Watson Research Center before joining the faculty at the University of Cincinnati.

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Michael Stavola
Michael Stavola obtained his PhD under the supervision of Professor D.L. Dexter at the University of Rochester. He began his career at Bell Laboratories (1980-89) and then joined the Department of Physics at Lehigh University where he is presently the Sherman Fairchild Professor of Physics. Michael's research is focused on the spectroscopy of impurities in nonmetallic solids that are important in electronics technology.