Dr. Vincent Lopes
University of North Texas
Physics
(940) 565-4726
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Education

PhD, Stevens Institute Of Technolog, 1985.
Major: Physics
MS, Stevens Institute Of Technolog, 1979.
Major: Physics
BA, Rutgers University, 1977.
Major: Mathematics
BA, Rutgers University, 1977.
Major: Physics

Awards and Honors

Patent Incentive Award: US 6,856,014, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20122012).

Manufacturing Incentive Award: Implementation of in line lubricant monitor for process control and tool qualification for all DLPTM products., Texas Instruments Inc.. (20082008).

Patent Incentive Award: US 6,856,014, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20082008).

Patent Incentive Award: US 6,753,037, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20072007).

Technology Development Packaging - Silver Level Recognition - Technical Lead for Evaluation of Holographic Optical Element for DLP Applications, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20062006).

Quality Reliability Assurance - Silver Level Recognition Award - Developed and implemented multiple qualification tests for wafer level packaged DLP TM devices, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20052005).

Technology Development Packaging - Silver Level Recognition - Execution for the delivery of prototype devices to OEM for new product development, Texas Instruments Inc.. (20052005).

Manufacturing Incentive Award: Implementation of in line lubricant monitor for process control and tool qualification for all DLPTM products., Texas Instruments Inc.. (20032003).

Manufacturing Incentive Award: Implementation of in line lubricant monitor for process control and tool qualification for all DLPTM products., Texas Instruments Inc.. (20012001).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
BIOL 4700, Research Methods for Secondary Science Instruction, 3 courses.
CHEM 4700, Research Methods for Secondary Science Instruction, 2 courses.
PHYS 1210, Conceptual Physics, 7 courses.
PHYS 1410, General Physics I, 5 courses.
PHYS 1420, General Physics II, 10 courses.
PHYS 1510, General Physics I with Calculus, 6 courses.
PHYS 1710, Mechanics, 52 courses.
PHYS 2220, Electricity and Magnetism, 32 courses.
PHYS 2900, Special Problems, 1 course.
PHYS 2910, Special Problems, 6 courses.
PHYS 3996, Honors College Mentored Research Experience, 1 course.
PHYS 4700, Research Methods for Secondary Science Instruction, 3 courses.

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Abstracts and Proceedings
Littler, C. L., Syllaios, A., Lopes, V., Hargrove, M., Western, B., GUNAWIDJAJA, R., Yu, Z. (2018). Material considerations for current and next generation microbolometer technology. SPIE: The International Society for Optics and Photonics. 10656, 8. Bellingham Washington: SPIE. http://spie.org/Publications/Proceedings/Paper/10.1117/12.2303728
Journal Article
Littler, C. L., Lopes, V., Syllaios, A. J. (2017). Low frequency noise in hydrogenated p-type amorphous silicon thin films. Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. 459, 176. Elsevier. www.elsevier.com/locate/jnoncrysol

Presentations Given

Littler, C. L. (Author), Syllaios, A. (Author & Presenter), Harcrow, M. (Author), Western, B. (Author), Lopes, V. (Author), SPIE Image Sensing Technologies: Materials, Devices, Systems, and Applications V, Materials onsiderations for current and next generation microbolometer technology, SPIE, Orlando, Florida, United States of America. (20182018).

Littler, C. L. (Author), Shrestha, K. (Author & Presenter), Syllaios, A. (Author), Lopes, V. (Author), Whitfield, D. (Author), Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Electrical conductivity and structural order of p-type amorphous silicon thin films, Materials Research Society, Boston, Mass., United States of America. (2014).

Littler, C. L. (Author & Presenter), Lopes, V. (Author), Syllaios, A. (Author), Shrestha, K. (Author), March Meeting of the American Physical Society, Raman Investigation of p-type Amorphous Silicon Thin Films, American Physical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America. (2013).

Littler, C. L. (Author), Lopes, V. (Author & Presenter), Syllaios, A. J. (Author), Hanson, E. (Author), March Meeting of the American Physical Society, Temperature Dependence of TCR and 1/f Noise in p-type a-Si:H, American Physical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America. (2013).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Grant - Research
Littler, C. L. (Co-Principal), Lopes, V. (Co-Principal), Syllaios, A. J. (Principal), "Analysis of Electrical Transport Mechanisms in Amorphous Silicon Relevant to," Sponsored by Army Research Office, Federal, $398698 Funded. (August 2010August 2015).

Copyrights, Patents

Uncategorized
"US 7,894,121," Date Patent Approved: 2011 –.
"US 7,071,025," Date Patent Approved: 2006 –.
"US 6,856,014," Date Patent Approved: 2005 –.
"US 6,753,037," Date Patent Approved: 2004 –.
"US 6,664,779," Date Patent Approved: 2003 –.
"US 6,879,147," Date Patent Approved: 2003 –.

Awards and Honors

Patent Incentive Award: US 6,856,014, Texas Instruments Incorporated. (April 14, 2016April 14, 2016).

Service

University Service

Committee Chair, Undergraduate Committee. (January 2018December 2018).

Member, Search Committee for Physics Department Chair. (October 1, 20172018).

Other, Colloquium. (September 2018September 2018).

Attendee, Meeting, Employer Meet & Greet. (August 2018August 2018).

Faculty Mentor, Honors College Mentored Research Experience. (June 2018August 2018).

Committee Chair, Undergraduate Committee. (August 31, 2017December 31, 2017).

Guest Speaker, Focus Mtg. (October 20, 2017).

Member, Undergraduate Committee. (January 1, 2017August 31, 2017).

Other, Physics Olympics. (June 17, 2017).

Other, Physics Career Seminar Series. (January 2, 2017April 30, 2017).

Other, Career Seminar Series. (February 24, 2017).

Professional Service

Reviewer, Journal Article, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. (May 2018May 2018).

Awards and Honors

Faculty Award for Service, UNT College of Science. (May 2018 – Present).