• Ph.D., Physics, UT-Arlington, 2013
• M.S., Physics, Texas A&M-Commerce, 2009
• B.S., Electrical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, China, 2006
Mr. Chen has both scientific and engineering experience. His areas of expertise include material science, nanostructures, telecommunications, micro instrument and control.
As a research assistant at UT-Arlington, he has applied state-of-art computer simulation techniques, including molecular modeling and quantum mechanics to study the electronic and geometric properties of nanostructures, specifically silicon nanotubes. He has also been a lab instructor for Electricity and Magnetism Lab for three years in UT-Arlington.
At Texas A&M-Commerce, he served as a graduate instructor in the project STEEM (science, technology, engineering, education & math), performed implementation of robotics telemetry, integration of robotics kinematics, microcontroller and radio frequency communication.
Mr. Chen is the author of several research papers in the area of computational study of nanostructures, including new models for the interaction and analysis of silicon nanotubes.
Awards And Honors
• Member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
• Scharff Award Scholarship For Research Achievement
Language Proficiency (In Addition To English)
• Fluent in Chinese
Bar Admissions and Registrations
• United States Patent and Trademark Office, limited recognition pending immigration status change to United States permanent resident or citizen
Personal Interests And Activities
• Soccer, Cooking, Running