Extracting the activation energy of the electrodeposit growth rate will help better understand the temperature dependence of nanoionic devices.
Michael Kozicki joined Arizona State University’s School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering in 1985 from Hughes Microelectronics. He develops new materials, processes, and device structures for next generation integrated circuits and systems.
Total projects: 3
Understanding a thin film’s physical properties will aid in the creation of optimal microsystems based on these materials.