Design and processing of organic materials and hierarchically structured organic-inorganic composites to attain desired optical and electronic properties.
Honors and Awards
- Laboratory Directed Research and Development Lab-Wide grant (2016–2017)
- National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow (2011–2014)
- American Physical Society Polymer Division Padden Award Finalist (2014)
- Princeton Gordon Wu Prize for Excellence in scholarship and research (2013)
- NSF IGERT Nanotechnology for Clean Energy Fellow (2010)
- Caltech Robert L. Noland Leadership Award (2009)
- Society of Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation Family Scholarship (2005)
A.M. Hiszpanski, C. DSilva, Y. Kevrekidis, Y.-L. Loo. “Data Mining for Parameters Affecting Polymorph Selection in Contorted Hexabenzocoronene Derivatives.” Submitted.
J.J. Diaz Leon, E. Feigenbaum, N.P. Kobayashi, T.Y.-J. Han, A.M. Hiszpanski. “Design Parameters for Subwavelength Transparent Conductive Nanolattices.”
A.M. Hiszpanski, A.R. Woll, B. Kim, C. Nuckolls, Y.-L. Loo. “Altering Polymorph Accessibility of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons with Fluorine Substitution.”
J.J. Diaz Leon, A.M. Hiszpanski, T.C. Bond, J.D. Kuntz. “Design Rules for Tailoring Antireflection Properties of Hierarchical Optical Structures.”