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Hans Benedikt Nolte
Graduate Visiting Researcher Student, Mechanical Engineering
BioBenedikt comes with experience and research interest in Technology, VC, PE and consulting to Stanford.
He works at CDR with the ambition to unpack the future of data privacy and let consumers take back control of what is rightfully theirs - their personal data.
Postdoctoral Scholar, Materials Science and Engineering
BioLeland is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Professor Kunal Mukherjee's group and the Geballe Lab for Advanced Materials. His research involves investigating the potential for utilizing IV-VI alloys as plasmonic materials in the mid-infrared, and subsequently demonstrating plasmonic IV-VI optoelectronic structures and devices for light emission, detection, and modulation. Prior to his Stanford appointment, Leland was a graduate student in Professor Dan Wasserman's group at The University of Texas at Austin. In Professor Wasserman's group Leland worked on the design, growth, fabrication, and characterization of state-of-the-art III-V ultra-thin plasmonic infrared detectors and emitters.