Students graduated from Vanderbilt University:
Tamas Bakos – European Patent Office, The Hague, Netherlands
Matthew Evans – Senior Manager for Advanced Technology at Lockheed Martin
Ryan Hatcher- Senior Staff Engineer at Samsung in Austin
Ying Hu - Post-doctoral researcher, Peking University, China
Timothy Pennycook, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Oxford, UK
Keith Warnick, Nashville, TN
Former Post-docs and research staff at Vanderbilt University/ORNL:
MADHAV RAMAMOORTHY – Staff, AT&T, Atlanta, GA
SCOTT McCARLEY – Research Staff Member, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
ROLAND WINKLER – Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
AMITESH MAITI – Rersearch Scientist, Livermore National Laboratory
MAURIZIO FERCONI – Managing Director, Financial Engineering, Putnam Investments.
J. VICENTE ALVAREZ, financial services
FERNANDO REBOREDO – Research Scientist, Oal Ridge National Laboratory
MASSIMILIANO DI VENTRA – Professor, Dept. of Physics, University of California at San Diego
KARL SOHLBERG – Professor, Drexel University
LIGEN WANG – Research Scientist, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
SEONG-GON KIM – Professor of Physics, Mississipi State University
SERGEY RASHKEEV- Research Scientist, Idaho Falls National Laboratory
SANWU WANG – Assistant Professor, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklamhoma
KALMAN VARGA – Asssociate Professor, Vanderbilt University
ZHONG-YI LU – Professor of Physics, Renmin University, Beijing, China
ALBERTO FRANCESCHETTI – Research Scientist, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
SERGEY RASHKEEV, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho
GEORGE HADJISAVVAS, University of Crete, Crete, Greece
ISKANDER BATYREV, Army Research Laboratory, Maryland
OSCAR RESTREPO, Department of Materials Science, The Ohio State Univeristy
APOSTOLOS MARINOPOULOS, University of Combria, Combria, Portugal
MATTHEW BECK, Asst. Professor, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
NIKOLAI SERGUEEV, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
LEONIDAS TSETSERIS, Assistant Professor, National Technical University, Athens, Greece
WEIDONG LUO, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
JUAN CARLOS IDROBO, Research staff member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
MICAH PRANGE, Postdoctoral researcher, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA
JIAN-AN YAN, Assistant Professor, Townson University, Townson, MD
JUN HE, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Students while at IBM (1975-1994):
JERRY BERNHOLC – Ph.D. thesis in residence at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center; Ph.D. granted by the University of Lund, Sweden, 1977 (Prof. L. Hedin) – Now Drexel Professor of Physics, North Carolina State University.
DAVID LAKS – Ph.D. thesis in residence at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center; Ph.D. granted by Columbia University, New York,1990 (Prof. G. Neumark) – Now with Morgan-Stanley Inc., New York.
Co-advised Ph.D. theses of U. Lindefelt (University of Lund, Sweden; Prof. L. Hedin), Marc Needels (MIT, Professor J. Joannopoulos); Summer student: Marshall Long (Yale University).
Post-docs while at IBM:
JERRY BERNHOLC – Drexel Professor of Physics, North Carolina State University
JOHANNES POLLMANN – Professor and Chair of Physics, University of Muenster, Germany.
JEAN POL VIGNERON – Professor, University Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur, Belgium
IVAN IVANOV – present address unknown
ANNABELLA SELLONI – research professor of chemistry, Princeton University
ROBERTO CAR – Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Princeton University
PAUL KELLY - Professor, University of Twente, Holland
ATSUSHI OSHIYAMA - Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan
MATTHIAS SCHEFFLER – Director at the Fritz-Haber Institute in Berlin, Germany.
CHRIS VAN DE WALLE – Profesor of Materials Science, University of California at Santa Barbara.
PETER DENTENEER – Professor, University of Leiden, Holland.
CAROL NICHOLS - Associate Dean of Engineering, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.
YANEER BAR-YAM –President, New England Complex Systems Institute
PETER BLOECHL – Professor, Technical University Clausthal, Germany
DAVID LAKS – now Financial Analyst, Morgan-Stanley, Inc.
DIMITRIS MAROUDAS – Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Massachussetts.