Francesca Cavallo, Ph.D.
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Center for High Technology Materials
The University of New Mexico
Dr. Cavallo leads a research program at the convergence of engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics, and biology. Her work addresses deep scientific questions while it establishes transformative solutions for energy production, healthcare, and national security. The cornerstone of Dr. Cavallo’s research work are inorganic sheets or thin slabs of functional materials, including semiconductors, functional oxides, and semi-metals.
PENDING U.S. PATENT APPLICATIONS (UNM-AFFILIATED)
High-Frequency Vacuum Electronic Device
Radially Stacked Solar Cells Based on 2D Atomic Crystals and Methods for Their Production
Wafer Level Gate Modulation Enhanced Detectors
Microfabricated traveling wave tube structure based on nanomembrane strain engineering
ISSUED U.S. PATENTS (UNM-AFFILIATED)
10,141,469 Radially Stacked Solar Cells Based on 2D Atomic Crystals and Methods for Their Production, issued November 27, 2018