Our Team

Jianqun Wang, Ph.D.

Facility Manager, Webmaster,
Nano Imaging Facility

Lab: 222 Steacie Building 
Phone: 613-520-2600 Ext.1270
Fax: 613-520-3539
E-mail: Jianqun_Wangatcarleton [dot] ca

Jianqun Wang received a BSEE degree from Tianjin University of Technology, P.R. China in 1995. In 2001, he received his MSEE degree from University of Texas at Dallas. From 2002 to 2007, while he pursued his doctoral degree, he was working as a research associate in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. His research focused on polymer RF MEMS devices, bio/medical sensors and microwave imaging system. In 2008, he joined the Carleton University SEM laboratory as the technical director. 

 

Shelley Hepworth, Ph.D.

Steering Committee Member of Nano Imaging Facility 
Assistant Professor,  Department of Biology 

Office: 317 Nesbitt Building
Lab: 215 Nesbitt Building
Phone: 613-520-2600 Ext. 4214
Fax: 613-520-3539
Email:  shelley_hepworthatcarleton [dot] ca

Shelley Hepworth obtained her BSc degree in biochemistry from the University of Waterloo. In 1998, she received a Ph.D. degree in biochemistry from the University of Toronto. From 1998 to 2002, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the John Innes Center, UK. From 2002 to 2005, she was a research scientist at University of British Columbia where her research focus was molecular control of plant architecture. In 2005, she became an assistant professor at Department of Biology at Carleton University.

 

Sean Barry , Ph.D.

Steering Committee Member of Nano Imaging Facility 
Associate Professor,  Department of Chemistry 

Office: 418 Steacie Building 
Phone: (613) 520-2600 ext. 2244
Fax: (613) 520-3749 
Email: sbarryatccs [dot] carleton [dot] ca

Sean Barry received his BSc degree in chemistry from Queen’s University in 1991. In 1996 he obtained his Ph.D. degree from University of Ottawa. Since then, Dr. Barry has been a visiting scholar to Harvard, Cornell and the Université de Bourgogne. His current research focus at Carleton University is on the deposition of thin films of metals, oxides, and nitrides by a process called atomic layer deposition.