Carl Hugo Naylor

DRL BC4/2C2
(215) 898-0056

I have performed multiple internships in hard condensed matter, notably at Penn State University, hong Kong University of Science and Technology, City University Hong Kong, Commissarat d'Energie Atomique and Institut Neel Grenoble. 

Education: 

Bachelor's degree in Physics from the University Joseph Fourier Grenoble, France.
Exchange student at Franklin and Marshall College USA during bachelor degree.
Master's degree in Nanophysics Research, University Joseph Fourier Grenoble, France.

Master Thesis at Penn State University with Professor Moses Chan on the effect of electrodes on superconducting nanowires.
Internship at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with Professor Rolf Lortz on heat capacity measurements of FeGe.
Internship at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with Professor Hoi Sing Kwok on effective light trapping structures for thin film solar cells.
Internship at the Commissariat d'Energue Atomique of Grenoble with Professor Jean-Philippe Attané on magnetoresistance measurements on magnetic nanostructures.

Research Interests: 

Hard condensed matter