Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
1991, BSE in Electrical Engineering and 1998, PhD, Princeton University. 1999, Senior Scientist, Universal Display Corporation; 2000, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; science research examines physical properties of organic and inorganic nanostructured composite thin films and applies findings to development of novel electronic and optoelectronic organic and hybrid nanoscale devices; inventor of over 45 US patents in organic and nanostructured light emitting diodes, lasers, photovoltaics, photodetectors, programmable memories. Author of over 80 published research articles. Recipient of awards: US Presidential Early Carrier Award for Scientist and Engineers; US National Science Foundation Career Award; named to Technology Review TR100 List; MIT McViccar Fellow, MIT's highest teaching award.