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Brijesh Kumar
Brijesh Kumar Assistant Professor brijesh[at] +91-1332-284791 Website
Areas of Interest
  • Optoelectronics, Quantum Dot-Light Emitting Devices, High efficiency solar cells
  • Microelectronic Fabrication, Minimizing RF sputtered Al's roughness, Moisture resistant alternative to sapphire
  • Organic Semiconductors, Fabrication and modeling of organic LEDs and Solar cells
Professional Background
2014CurrentAssistant ProfessorIIT Roorkee, India
20132014Process Development Engineer Sr.Cypress Semiconductor, MN, USA
20102012Teaching AssistantUniversity of Minnesota
20092010Research AssistantUniversity of Minnesota
Honors and Awards
3M Graduate FellowshipUniversity of Minnesota2008-13
Graduate School FellowshipUniversity of Minnesota2007-08
Summer Undergraduate Research Award (SURA)IIT Delhi2005
Educational Details
Ph.D.Electrical EngineeringUniversity of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA2013
MSElectrical EngineeringUniversity of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA2009
B.TechElectrical EngineeringIIT Delhi, India2007
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
MOS Device PhysicsEC-572M.Tech., B.Tech IV, Ph.DAutumn
Digital Logic DesignEC-104B.Tech. ISpring
Technology of Nanostructured FabricationNT-602M.Tech., Ph.DSpring
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Organic Solar CellsUpendra Kumar VermaO2014
Silicon Carbide devicesSatyendra MouryaO2014
Quantum Dot LEDsAditya Nath BhattO2015
Special Lectures Delivered
Charge Transport in Quantum Dot-Light Emitting DevicesPhysics Department, IIT Roorkee05-02-2015
Quantum Dot – Light Emitting DevicesIIT Roorkee08/04/16
Introduction to Scanning Probe MicroscopyIIT Roorkee30/05/16
Refereed Journal Papers
  • 1. B. Kumar, S.A. Campbell, and P.P. Ruden, Modeling Charge Transport in Quantum Dot Light Emitting Devices with NiO and ZnO transport layers and Si Quantum Dots, Journal of Applied Physics, 114, 044507 (2013).
  • 2. B. Kumar, R. Hue, W.L. Gladfelter, and S.A. Campbell, Comparing direct charge injection and Forster energy transfer into quantum dots in hybrid organic/inorganic quantum dot light emitting devices, Journal of Applied Physics, 112, 034501 (2012).
  • 3. V.N. Singh, A. Khare, B. Kumar, and B.R. Mehta, Synthesis of single phase cubic tin nitride nanoparticles by atmospheric pressure-halide vapor phase epitaxy, Solid State Sciences, Volume 10, Issue 5, May 2008, Pages 569-572.
  • 4. V.N. Singh, G. Partheepan, B. Kumar, and A. Khare, Growth of indium nitride nanopetal structures on indium oxide buffer layer, Materials Express, Volume 3, Number 4, Dec. 2013, Pages 360-364.