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Past Ph.D. Students

Student Affiliation Thesis Title
Datta, Deepanjan Global Foundries, Singapore Modeling of Spin Transport in MTJ Devices (2012)
Sarkar, Angik Intel Information Processing with Spin-coupled Multi-magnet Networks (2012)
Srinivasan, Srikant Iowa State All Spin Logic: Modeling Multi-magnet Networks Interacting Via Spin Currents (2012)
Zainuddin, Abu Naser M Intel Spin Transport in Lateral Structures with Semiconducting Channel (2011)
Raza, Tehseen U Iowa NEGF Based Tight-binding Models for Transport in Magnetic Heterostructures (2010)
Behinaein, Behtash Global Foundries, Santa Clara Novel All-Spin Devices and Architectures for Low Power Computing (2010)
Siddiqui, Lutfe Intel Electronic Transport Driven Non-equilibrium Phenomena In Nanoelectronic, Spintronic and Thermoelectric Systems(2009)
Golizadeh, Roksana Intel Non-equilibrium Green’s Function Based Models for Dephasing in Quantum Transport (2009)
Bevan, K. McGill U First Principles Non-Equilibrium Green’s Function modeling of vaccum and oxide barrier tunneling (2008)
Muralidharan, B. IIT Mumbai Coulomb and spin blockade effects in nano-scale electronic transport (2008)
Salahuddin, Sayeef UC, Berkeley Novel electronic and spintronic devices for low power computing (2008)
Yanik, Ali Boston U Spin dependent electron transport in nanostructures (2007)
Raza, Hassan U Iowa Understanding transport through molecules on silicon (2007)
Zahid, Ferdows HKUST Self-consistent semi-empirical transport models for molecular conductors (2005)
Liang, Geng-chiau NUS, Singapore Modeling of electron transport in hybrid silicon-molecule devices(2005)
Rakshit, T. Intel Molecular electronics on silicon (2004)
Damle, Prashant Intel Nanoscale device modeling: From MOSFET’s to molecules (2003)
Xue, Yongqiang SUNY, Albany Molecular Electronic Devices: Electronic Structure and Transport Properties (2000)
Samanta, Manoj P. Manoj Labs Electrical Transport in Heterojunctions between Unconventional Superconductors : Application of the Green Function Formalism (1998)
Tian, Weidong TI Electronic Transport in Molecular Wires (1997)
Anantram, M. P. U Washington Time-dependent Studies in Mesoscopic Systems: photocurrent, ac current and current fluctuations (1995)
Chen, G.L.   Studies of Coherent Transport Through Quantum-dot Arrays and Weak Anti localization in InAs Heterostructures (with David Janes) (1994)
Klimeck, G. Purdue Electron-phonon and Quantum Transport (1994)
Lake, R. UC, Riverside Application of the Keldysh Formalism to Quantum Device Modeling and Analysis (1992)
Lee, Y. Hitachi A Numerical Study of Magnetotransport in the Quantum Hall Regime (1991)
Miller, D. M/A-Com, Inc Transport Experiments in Electron Waveguides (1991)
McLennan, M. J. Purdue Where is the Voltage Drop? A Numerical Study Using a Quantum Kinetic Equation (1990)
Das, B. U Nevada, LV Zero-field Spin-splitting in InAlAs/InGaAs Heterostructures (1989)
Frohne, H. R. Wallawalla College Analysis of Electron Waveguides (1988)
Cahay, Marc U Cincinnati Quantum Mechanical Analysis of Ultrasmall Devices (1987)
Bonsett, Thomas C.   Polarization Dependent Oscillator Strengths in (Cd, Mn) Te and (Zn, Mn) Se Multiple Quantum Well Structures (with R. L. Gunshor) (1987)
Andersen, David U Iowa Non-linear Optical Properties of II-VI Semiconductors Compounds Grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (with R. L. Gunshor) (1986)
Turner, Allen E.   Experimental and Theoretical Studies of the Optical Properties of II-VI Semiconductors (with R. L. Gunshor) (1986)
Bandyopadhyay, S. Virginia Commonwealth Electron Transport in Sub-micron Devices (1985)

Past Post Doctoral Mentees

Student Affiliation
Ghosh, Avik U Virginia
Paulsson, Magnus U Kalmar
Polizzi, Eric U Mass, Amherst
Neofotistos, G.  

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