Aimee L. (Bross) Price is a Senior Research Associate with the Institute for Materials Research and is the primary electron beam lithography engineer for the Ohio State Nanotech West Lab. Prior to her arrival at OSU, Ms. Price spent five years at TriQuint Semiconductor in Dallas, Texas, where she was a member of the electron beam lithography group in the Process Engineering Department. During that time, she was a primary member of cross-functional engineering teams that improved DC yield across several product technologies; for her work on 0.25 micron PHEMT yield she received the TriQuint President's Award, the highest award given at the company. She also worked on teams that reduced cycle time in the fab and that moved the fab from its original location on the campus of Texas Instruments to its current location in Richardson, Texas.
Aimee's research interests include nanoscale lithography and patterning, advanced resist processing and materials, and advanced surface analysis. Aimee was also previously employed by Molecular Electronics, Inc. of State College, PA. She holds a B.S. in Chemistry from The Pennsylvania State University, where she did surface chemistry research with the research groups of Paul Weiss and David Allara. She is currently working on an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ohio State in the Steve Ringel research group.