PhD Student in EECS
Matthew D’Asaro joined ONE Lab in June 2012 as a Ph.D candidate in EECS. He holds an SM in EECS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington. Before joining the ONE lab, he worked under Professor Joel Schindall where he designed and fabricated a miniature, planar, high speed ultracapacitor using carbon nanotubes grown directly on silicon.
Current Research: Fabricating tunneling MEMS switches ("squitches") for use in microprocessors