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Bruno Azeredo



Prof. Bruno Azeredo –  Principal Investigator

Bruno Azeredo, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Arizona State University’s (ASU) Polytechnic School and member of the ASU Manufacturing Research Innovation Hub. Dr. Azeredo earned his B.S. in engineering mechanics in 2010, M.S. in theoretical and applied mechanics in 2013, and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in 2016, all from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research focuses on designing advanced manufacturing systems that integrate ideas from mechanical engineering, material science and chemistry. His goal is to increase manufacturing throughput and improve resolution of 3D functional nanomaterials for applications in optics, silicon photonics and energy harvesting. Bruno is also interested in STEAM-related educational projects. His publication record can be found here:

Prof. Hanna Bandarenka –  Associate Research Scientist & Fulbright Visiting Scholar

Hanna Bandarenka is an Associate Professor in the Micro- and Nanoelectronics Department at  the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR). She is an expert in plasmonics and optical engineering, and has been affiliated with our group since January 2020. She currently explores the use of electrochemical nanoimprinting to fabricate nanovoids decorated with plasmonic materials to enhanced sensing of molecules at sub-atomolar concentrations. Her publication record can be found here:

Aliaksandr Sharstniou – PhD Student

Aliaksandr is an expert in electrochemical nanoimprinting of semiconductors. He is the group leader in the development and investigation of diffusion and reaction kinetics in metal-assisted chemical nanoimprinting. He obtained his MS and BS degrees from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics in 2017. He joined the PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in August 2017 at Arizona State University.


Stanislau Niauzorau – PhD Student

I am a Graduate Research Associate in Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory (supervised by Dr. Bruno Azeredo) at the Polytechnic school, Arizona State University. I received my B.S. in Electronics Engineering (BSUIR), M.S. in Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies in Electronics both from the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR). I joined the PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Arizona State University in August 2017. I did my bachelor thesis on Fabrication of Silicon Nanowires by Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching (supervised by Dr. Vitaly Bondarenko) and my master thesis on Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Silicon Nanowires (supervised by Dr. Hanna Bandarenka). I am staying extremely excited and motivated about my current research on Nanostructured Metals with intent to exploit its fundamental nanoscale properties into Additive Manufacturing and I strive to bring some level of novelty into the field. Besides, the area of my interests expands towards photonics, plasmonics, bio- and chemical catalysis, sustainable research for water treatment and, ultimately, I am looking towards biomedical research topics with microporous materials.

Natalya Kublik – PhD Student

Natalya is an expert in material science and photoelectrochemistry.  She obtained her MS in Materials Science and Engineering and her BS in Environmental Engineering from the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (Brazil) in July 2019. She joined the PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in August 2019 at Arizona State University.

Amm Hasib – PhD Student (co-chaired with Dr. Kenan Song)

Amm is an expert in mechanical engineering and 3D printing. He obtained his MS in Mechanical and Energy Engineering from University of North Texas and his BSc in Chemical Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Science and Technology. He joined the PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2016 at Arizona State University. His research is focused on the rheology scaling of polymer-matrix metal composites for feedstock preparation for Fused Deposition Modeling of metals. 

Rajagopalan Ramesh – PhD Student (co-chaired with Dr. Liping Wang)

Rajagopalan is an expert in optical design, and characterization. He obtained his MS in Aerospace Engineering from Arizona State University and his BTech in Aerospace Engineering from Amrita Institute of Technology Science. He joined the PhD in Aerospace Engineering in August 2017 at Arizona State University. Rajagopalan is leading efforts on the optical characterization of solar thermal absobers such as mesoporous metals as well as its optical modeling.