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Jim Sturm
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William and Edna Macaleer Professor of Engineering and Applied Science
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Director, Princeton Institute for Science and Technology of Materials
Ph.D. 1985, Stanford University

James C. Sturm joined the faculty of Princeton University in 1986, where he is currently a professor of Electrical Engineering and PRISM Director. He received the B.S.E. degree in electrical engineering and engineering physics from Princeton University, and the M.S.E.E and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. Previous experience includes his work at Intel Corp. as microprocessor design engineer as well as Siemens, Munich, Germany. In 1994-95, he was a von Humboldt Fellow at the Institut Fuer Halbleitertechnik at the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

He has worked in the fields of silicon-based heterojunctions, three-dimensional integration, silicon-on-insulator, optical interconnects, TFT’s, and organic light emitting diodes. Current research interests include silicon-germanium-carbon and related heterojunctions on silicon, SOI and 3-D integration, large-area electronics, flat panel displays, organic semiconductors, and the nanotechnology-biology interface. Prof. Sturm is a fellow of IEEE and a member of the American Physical Society, and the Materials Research Society.


Quark Park is being developed by Kevin Wilkes, AIA; Peter Soderman; and Alan Goodheart, ASLA.
The World Hope Foundation has joined forces with this team to be the fiscal agent for the project. The World Hope Foundation mission supports self-determination in communities by bringing resources to community members and educational experts that are willing to step forward and enhance the lives of their children and elders. The Foundation is a qualified as a Federal
501 (c)(3) charitable organization and as such is eligible to solicit and support charitable causes.
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