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I am currently a graduate student at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. I am originally from Richmond, British Columbia. I did my undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics at UBC in Vancouver, BC. I am currently working on a Masters of Applied Science in Electrical engineering in the area of amorphous silicon integrated circuits. Specifically, my research right now is focusing on nano-crystalline silicon thin-film transistors.

I am presently engaged to be married sometime in Summer of 2005, to my fiancee, Nasha Lazzari. She is currently in her second year of medical school at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.

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Current Hobbies

(note: these change periodically):
  • Spending time with my fiancee
  • Eating various foods (it's a hobby for me since I like food so much)
  • Lifting weights (my attendance varies of late)
  • Playing golf and hockey

Computer related:

See my home page at UW: http://www.eng.uwaterloo.ca/~djgrant

Articles on Wikipedia I have started

1988 Winter Olympics Amorphous silicon Cristal Czochralski process Direct bandgap Drift velocity Duet Hydrogenated amorphous silicon Indirect bandgap Inert John Edward Large-area electronics List of Yukon Premiers LPGA London, Ontario (re-write) Michael Smith Mobility Nanocrystalline silicon Richmond, British Columbia Roll-to-roll processing Percolation Polycrystalline silicon Spasm Stormix Sting (Biology) Stun gun Thin-film transistor Time domain University of British Columbia Waterloo, Ontario (re-write) Varadero Young MC

Articles on Wikipedia I have contributed to

Band gap Bird Chemical vapor deposition Chinatown Family Ties Molybdenum Particle in a box Peltier effect Silicon Robert Mundell

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