ECE Cross-Cutting Research in Energy Management

The department has a strong team focused on energy management in integrated circuits and high-power electronics.


They design novel materials and devices for thermal to electrical and photovoltaic energy conversion from nano to large scales. 

Faculty

  • Avik Ghosh

    Avik Ghosh


    Avik Ghosh, professor of electrical and computer engineering and professor of physic, leads the Virginia nano-computing research group to understand non-equilibrium properties of nano-scale material structures using high performance computational resources.

    ProfileVirginia Nano-Computing Research Group

  • Mool Gupta

    Mool Gupta


    Mool Gupta, Langley Distinguished Professor, leads the high-power laser processing and photonic device group's research in high power laser applications for solar cell manufacturing, thermal solar, thermophotovoltaics, quantum dots based solar concentrators and laser microtexturing of surfaces.

    Profile | Gupta Research Group

  • Kyusang Lee

    Kyusang Lee


    Kyusang Lee, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and materials science and engineering, leads the thin-film device lab in the use of organic and inorganic materials in optoelectronic devices, with a particular emphasis on applications for solar energy conversion and imaging.

    Profile | Thin Film Device Lab

  • Mona Zebarjadi

    Mona Zebarjadi


    Mona Zebarjadi, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and materials science and engineering, leads the Energy Science and Nanotechnology Laboratory, which provides efficient and reliable solid state devices to convert waste heat and solar energy to usable electrical energy.

    ProfileEnergy Science Nanotechnology and Imagination Lab

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