Michael GoryllMichael Goryll

Associate Professor
Undergraduate Program Chair
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Research expertise: Surface and interface physics, new materials in CMOS processing, fabrication of nanoscale semiconductor devices, transport phenomena in nanopores, integration of biomineralized structures with silicon MEMS, electrophysiological properties of cell membrane ion channels, low-noise analog amplifier design, electronic instrumentation for biophysical measurements

Michael Goryll joined the ASU faculty in 2007. He received a Ph.D. in physics in 2000 and a diploma in physics in 1997, both from the RWTH Aachen University, Germany. He performed his post-doctoral research on biosensors at ASU during the years 2003-2005. Before joining ASU, Goryll spent several years at the Research Centre Jülich, the largest national research lab in Germany, focusing on SiGe chemical vapor deposition and biosensor development.

Collaborations and industry affiliations
Goryll,Michael * . CAREER: Novel Voltage-gated Solid State Nanopore Technologies Resembling Natural Ion Channel Proteins. NSF-ENG (3/1/2012 – 2/28/2017).
Goryll,Michael * , Dey,SandwipKumar , Ramakrishna,BL , . Diatom nanopore membrane devices for molecular transport and biomembrane studies. NSF-CISE (7/1/2011 – 6/30/2014).
Goryll,Michael * Bakkaloglu,Bertan Thornton,TrevorJohn . SOI MESFETs for Rad-Hard DC-to-DC Converters. SJT (3/1/2011 – 8/17/2011).

Professional preparation
Ph.D., physics, RWTH Aachen University – Germany, 2000

Recognition and awards
NSF CAREER Award Recipient, 2012
Top 5% Faculty Teaching Award in Engineering at ASU, 2010, 2012
Helmholtz Research Fellowship for outstanding young investigators, granted by the Research Centre Jülich, Germany, 2001-2005
Post-Graduate Scholarship granted by the RWTH Aachen University, Germany, 1997-2000

Selected publications:

X. Wang, and M. Goryll, “Nanopore patterning using Al2O3 hard masks on SOI substrates“, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering vol. 25(7), 075020, 2015

J. T. Smith, S. S. Shah, M. Goryll, J. R. Stowell, and D. R. Allee, “Flexible ISFET Biosensor Using IGZO Metal Oxide TFTs and an ITO Sensing Layer”, IEEE Sensors Journal vol. 14(4), pp. 937-938 ,2014

C. Corredor, Wen-Che Hou, S. A. Klein, B. Y. Moghadam, M. Goryll, K. Doudrick, P. Westerhoff, J. D. Posner, “Disruption of model cell membranes by carbon nanotubes”, Carbon vol 60, pp. 67-75, 2013

G. V. Luong, S. Wirths, S. Stefanov, B. Hollander, J. Schubert, J. C. Conde, T. Stoica, U.Breuer, S. Chiussi, M. Goryll,

D. Buca, and S. Mantl, “Study of dopant activation in biaxially compressively strained SiGe layers using excimer laser annealing” Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 113, 204902-1-9, 2013.

S. Choi, M. Goryll, L. Y. M. Sin, P. K. Wong, and J. Chae, “Microfluidic-based biosensors toward point-of-care detection of nucleic acids and proteins,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, vol. 10, pp. 231-247, 2011.

P. Joshi, A. Smolyanitsky, L. Petrossian, M. Goryll, M. Saraniti, and T. J. Thornton, “Field effect modulation of ionic conductance of cylindrical silicon-on-insulator nanopore array,” Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 107, 054701-1-6, 2010.