ECE Professor and Chair Srinivas Tadigadapa authored one of the 2017 most read physics papers published in Scientific Reports. The article, “ On-Chip Glass Microspherical Shell Whispering...
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- PhD, Cambridge University, 1994
- IEEE Fellow
- Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship in Germany
- Walton Fellowship, Science Foundation of Ireland
- Fellow of the Institute of Physics, London
- Life-Fellow of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
- Founding Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Sensors Letters Journal
- D. Gaddes, W. Brian Reeves, S. Tadigadapa, A Calorimetric Biosensing System for Quantification of Urinary Creatinine, ACS Sensors, 2017
- E. Freeman, J. Harper, N. Goel, I. Gilbert, J. Unguris, S. Schiff, S. Tadigadapa, Improving The Magnetoelectric Performance of Metglas/Pzt Laminates by Annealing in Magnetic Field, Smart Materials & Structures, 2017
- D. Kim, J. Kelly, N. Samarth, S. Tadigadapa, Microfabricated Testbench Designed to Measure Thermal and Thermoelectric Properties of Low-Dimensional Materials, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 2017
- H. Min, W. Zhang, C. Ashraf, D. Allara, A.C.T. Van Duin, S. Tadigadapa, Modified Random Sequential Adsorption Model For Understanding Kinetics of Proteins Adsorption at a Liquid-Solid Interface, Langmuir, 2017
- D. Gaddes, H. Jung, A. Pena-Francesch, G. Dion, S. Tadigadapa, W.J. Dressick, M.C. Demirel, Self-Healing Textile: Enzyme Encapsulated Layer-By-Layer Structural Proteins, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8(31), 2016, 20371–20378
Starting in January 2018, Professor Srinivas Tadigadapa will assume the role of Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Formerly a Professor of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University, his field of expertise includes physics and microelectronics; research includes integrated heterogeneous materials-based microsystems, bio and chemical sensors, and exploring electric and thermal transport at the micro-nano interfaces
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ECE Professor & Chair Srinivas Tadigadapa was awarded a patent for “Ultra-high speed anisotropic reactive ion etching.” Abstract Source: USPTO A system and method for reactive ion...
ECE Chair and Professor Srinivas Tadigadapa was featured in PennState's article " Scientists cross disciplines to develop an implantable device to prevent and treat brain diseases "...