MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
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Shan Wang, Ph.D.Shan Wang, Ph.D.
Project Leader: Project 1
Professor in Materials Science and Engineering, and jointly Electrical Engineering (Stanford)
Electrical Engineering - Solid State Photonics Laboratory
McCullough Bldg., 476 Lomita Mall, Room 351
Stanford, California, 94305-4045

Phone: (650) 723-8671

Email: sxwang@stanford.edu

Project Leader: Project 1, Professor in Materials Science and Engineering, and jointly Electrical Engineering (Stanford)
Dr. Wang currently serves as the director of the Center for Research on Information Storage Materials (CRISM), and is an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science &apm; Engineering and jointly in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. He is also with the Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, and is affiliated with Stanford Bio-X Program. His current research interests lie in magnetic nanotechnolgies in general and include bio-magnetic sensing, magnetic microarrays, novel magnetic nanoparticles, magnetoresistive materials and spin electronics, magnetic inductive heads and soft magnetic materials, as well as magnetic integrated inductors. He has published over 100 papers and holds 8 patents (issued and pending) on these subjects. He and Alex Taratorin also published a book titled "Magnetic Information Storage Technology" through Academic Press. Dr. Wang was among the inaugural group of Frederick Terman Faculty Fellows at Stanford University (1994-7), and an IEEE Magnetics Society Distinguished Lecturer (2001-2). He also received an IBM Partnership Awardin 1999, and was selected to the CUSPEA program organized by Nobel Laureate T. D. Lee in 1986. He has served IEEE Magnetics Society in many capacities, most recently as the Finance Chair (2002-3), Local Chair for TMRC, 2003 and 2005, and Program Chair (designated) for Intermag, 2006.

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