Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful

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Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Bifacial PV Software for Sandia Repository
2018-ALAM-68228
  1. Computer Technology
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Capacitive Microelectromechanical Switches with Dynamic Soft-Landing
65877
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Droplet Based Bacterial Viability Assay
2015-ALAM-67108
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Method to Reduce Effective Nanometer Air Gap of NEMS Devices
2014-ALAM-66696
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Computer Technology
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Electrostatic Control of DNA Melting Temperature
2014-ALAM-66838
  1. Biotechnology
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Processing Method Makes Graphene Highly Conductive
65957
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Scribing Isolation: A Shade Tolerant Panel Design for Thin Film Photovoltaics
2013-ALAM-66476
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Biosensor for the Detection of Charged/Non-Charged Biomolecules
65916
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
Transparent Electronics Improves Performance of Electronic Devices
66281
  1. Electrical Engineering
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful
New Design Makes Solar Panels Shade Tolerant
66109
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Green Technology
Alam, Muhammad A Ashraful

Details

Dr. Muhammad Ashraful Alam is the Jai N. Gupta Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. He received his BSEE from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, MS from Clarkson University, and Ph.D. from Purdue. Dr. Alam is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the American Physical Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was named a Purdue University Faculty Scholar, 2006 to 2011. Dr. Alam's research focuses on physics, simulation, characterization, and technology of classical and novel semiconductor devices. He has made fundamental contributions to and innovative computational models for spatially and temporally complex materials relevant for flexible electronics, solar cells, and scaled transistors.

For additional information, visit Dr. Alam's Purdue webpage at https://engineering.purdue.edu/ECE/People/profile?resource_id=3171