Faculty

Daniel Blumenthal

Distinguished Professor
Electronics & Photonics

3001 Henley Hall
Optical Communications and Networks, Optical Packet Switching, Ultra-Low Linewidth Lasers, Ultra Low Loss Waveguide (ULLW) Platform and Devices, Photonics for Atomic and Quantum Systems, Integrated Optical Gyros, Ultrafast Optical Signal Processing, Photonic Integration in InP, SiPh/InP and Silicon Photonic and Nano-photonic Device Technologies

John Bowers

Distinguished Professor
Electronics & Photonics

2221C Engineering Science Bldg.
Photonic Materials, Devices, Systems and Networks

Nadir Dagli

Professor
Electronics & Photonics

2231E Engineering Science Bldg.
Design, Fabrication, and Modeling of Photonic Integrated Circuits; Ultra-fast Electro-optic Modulators; WDM Components; Photonic Nanostructures, Novel Photonic Materials

Steven DenBaars

Distinguished Professor
Electronics & Photonics

3514 Engineering II
Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Electronics

Jonathan Klamkin

Professor
Electronics & Photonics

3205D Engineering Science Bldg.
Integrated Photonics; Silicon Photonics; Optical Communications; Nanophotonics; Microwave Photonics; Compound Semiconductors; Photonic Integration Techniques; and Electronic-photonic Integration

Umesh Mishra

Distinguished Professor
Electronics & Photonics

2215C Engineering Science Bldg
Physics and Technology of Devices Based on Wide Bandgap Materials. Applications: Engineering materials properties, Microwave Electronics, Power Electronics, Opto-electronics and Sensing

Galan Moody

Assistant Professor
Electronics & Photonics

3003 Henley Hall
Quantum Photonics and Optoelectronics; Physics of Nanoscale Quantum Systems and Devices including Quantum Dots and 2D Materials; Quantum Light Generation, Manipulation, and Detection; Hybrid Quantum Systems; Valleytronics

Christopher Palmstrøm

Distinguished Professor
Electronics & Photonics

2508 Engineering II
Quantum and Topological Materials, Materials for Quantum Information Systems, Spintronics, Metallization of Semiconductors, Thin Film Analysis, Dissimilar Materials Epitaxial Growth, and Molecular Beam and Chemical Beam Epitaxial Growth of Metallic Compounds, Heusler Compounds, Functional Materials, Magnetic Materials and Compound Semiconductors

Jon Schuller

Associate Professor
Electronics & Photonics

3221C Engineering Science Bldg.
Nanophotonics, Plasmonics, Metamaterials, Photovoltaics, Organic Semiconductors, and IR Spectroscopy