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In the summer of 2000, Hull took leadership of UVA's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center. Two years later, he was named the Charles Henderson Professor of Engineering and director of the UVA Institute for Nanoscale and Quantum Science. He also held a joint appointment in the university's Department of Electrical Engineering.
Along with an extensive list of published articles, Hull is active in engineering and materials science societies and professional groups. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society, a member of the European Academy of Sciences, and in 1997 served as president of the Materials Research Society. In 1993 he chaired the Gordon Research Conference on Thin Films and in 1999, chaired the Committee of Visitors for the National Science Foundation's Division of Materials Research.
Within the realms of materials and nanoscience, Hull's research focuses on the relationships between structure and property in electronic materials, fundamental mechanisms of thin film growth, and the self-assembly of nanoscale structures. Other areas of interest include degradation modes in electronic and optoelectronic devices, the properties of dislocations in semiconductors, nanoscale fabrication techniques, nanoscale tomographic reconstruction techniques, development of new nanoelectronic architectures, and the theory and application of electron and ion beams.
More on Dr. Robert Hull: http://mse.rpi.edu/faculty_details.cfm?facultyID=hullr2
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