David S. Bergsman
Dept. of Chemical Engineering
Stanford, CA 94305
Phone#: (509) 531-0238
- Current Research Interest
My research explores the use of Molecular Layer Deposition to create thin polymer films on surfaces with well controlled compositions and thicknesses.
September 2012 - Present
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
Area of Interest: Molecular Layer Deposition, Professor Stacey F. Bent
B.S. Chemical Engineering, Unversity of Washington, Seattle, WA.
Summa Cum Laude, College Honors, GPA 3.96
- Previous Research Experience
September 2012 – December 2012
Fuller Research Group, Professor Gerald Fuller
Rotation Student - Stanford Department of Chemical Engineering
- Researched tear film stability on contact lenses.
September 2010 - August 2012
Interfacial and Colloid Science Group, Professor John Berg
Undergraduate Researcher - UW Department of Chemical Engineering
- Researched solubility of silane-coated nanoparticles in polar and non-polar solutions.
June 2009 -
Planetary Atmospheres Lab, Professor David Catling
Undergraduate Researcher - UW Department of Earth and Space Sciences
- Simulated multi-phase thermodynamic equilibrium for exoplanets.
Center for Experimental Physics and Astrophysics, Professor Alejandro Garcia
- Crew Member for the facility's Terminal Ion Source and Particle Accelerator.
- Programming Proficiency
My most recent C.V. can be found here. Last updated 21 January 2016.