Margot A. Johnson Post-Doctoral Fellowship
The Margot A. Johnson Post-Doctoral Fellowship was
established in 2016 by the II-VI Foundation to honor
their recently deceased co-founder and dedicated
supporter.  Margot delighted in talking with students
supported by the Foundation and watching their
growth and continuing education.  This fellowship was
developed to add another level to the educational
support offered through the II-VI Foundation.  The
Margot A. Johnson Post-Doctoral Fellowship supports
a post-doctoral student performing research deemed
valuable by the II-VI Foundation technical advisors
and conducted at a University or College under the
direction of a Principal Investigator.

The first recipient of this fellowship is Purdue
University.  Purdue University will receive a gift
covering the twelve month period from July 1, 2016
until June 30, 2017 to support post-doctoral research
and development on “Deposited Gate Oxides for Next-
Generation SiC Power MOSFET’s” to be performed by
the University under the direction of Principal
Investigator Professor Dallas Morisette.
Dr. Carl Johnson signs the Fellowship agreement with
Venkataramanan Balakrishnan, Michael and Katherine Birck Head
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University
with Principal Investigator, Dallas Morisette, observing.

February 3, 1944
- May 20, 2015
Margot A. Johnson
Fellowship Policies
and Procedures