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Applied Physics Rotation Student

Kaveh Pezeshki

Kaveh received his B.S. in physics from Harvey Mudd College in 2022, and is now an Applied Physics Ph.D. student at Stanford. In his undergraduate thesis, he developed thin-film growth techniques for charge density wave materials. In LINQS, Kaveh is focusing on characterization techniques for phononic crystal resonators, but his past work in industry and academia has focused on computer architecture from FPGAs to novel devices.


B.S., Physics, Harvey Mudd College (2022)


Nanomechanical systems
Superconducting circuits