PhD, Physics, Cornell University (1984)
MS, Physics, Cornell University (1982)
M.Sc., Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (1978)
Photovoltaic materials; solar cells; photonic crystals and devices; sensors; computational electromagnetics; and semiconductors and nanoscale materials
Core Research Areas: Microelectronics and photonics; communications and signal processing
Strategic Research Area: Small-Scale Technology
Biswas, R., D. Zhou, I. Puscasu, E. Johnson, A. Taylor, and W. Zhao. Sharp Thermal Emission and Absorption from Conformally Coated Metallic Photonic Crystal with Triangular Lattice. Applied Physics Letters 93, no. 063307 (2008).
Zhou, D. and R. Biswas. Photonic Crystal Enhanced Light-trapping in Thin-film Solar Cells. Journal of Applied Physics 103, no. 093102 (2008).
Biswas, R., C. Christensen, J. Muehlmeier, G. Tuttle, and K-M. Ho. Waveguide Bends and Circuits in Three-dimensional Photonic Crystals, Photonics and Nanostructures 6, no. 208 (2008).
Sigalas, M. and R. Biswas. Slot Defect in Three-dimensional Photonic Crystals. Physics Review B 78, no. 033101 (2008).
Biswas, R., S. Neginhal, C. G. Ding, I. Puscasu, and E. Johnson. Mechanisms Underlying Extraordinary Transmission in Sub-wavelength Hole Arrays. Journal of the Optical Society of America B 24, (2007): 2489-95.
Jaeyoun Kim, of electrical and computer engineering, has worked with colleagues to develop a gentler alternative for traditional robot grips. Spiraling micro-tentacles are perfect for small robots being designed to handle delicate objects.