Dr. Kate Duncan received a B.E. in Computer Engineering and M.E. in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She joined CERDEC in 2009, where she has been engaged in the development of novel nanomaterials for the next-generation communication systems. Synthesis, deposition, material, and electrical characterization have been her research focus. This has resulted in her group being among the first to successfully deposit novel nanomaterial via ink-jet printing for RF/power applications. She developed a direct-write laboratory enhancing the Army's in-house prototyping capabilities and plans to introduce the capabilities to the USMA cadets.
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Dr Duncan's research interests include the following areas:
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