Name: Michael A. Stroscio
Academic Rank: Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Bioengineering,
Richard and Loan Hill Professor of Engineering
Degrees with Fields, Institutions, Dates
B.S. in Physics, UNC-CH, 1970; M.Phil. in Physics, Yale U., 1972; Ph.D. in Physics, Yale U., 1974
Number of Years of Service at UIC: 7, appointed August 20, 2001
Other Related Experience
· Principal Scientist (Office of the Director, ES-5 level) and Scientific Officer in Electronics, U.S. Army Research Office (ARO), February 1985 to August 2001.
· Adjunct Full Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Department of Physics, North Carolina State University, August 1985 to August 2002 with ECE and in Physics since 1992.
· Adjunct Full Professor, Departments of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Duke U., since July 1986.
· Adjunct Full Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, 1996-1997
· Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Virginia, 1991-1996.
· Lecturer, Univ. California at Los Angeles, 1987.
· Special Assistant to the Director of Research and Technical Information, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, 1982-1983.
· Policy Analyst, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President, June 83 to Feb 85.
· Program Manager, Interaction Experiments, Office of Inertial Fusion, Dept. of Energy, Nov 1983 to Feb 1985.
· Program Manager, Directorate of Physical and Geophysical Sciences, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, June 1980 to November 1983.
· Senior Staff Member, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, November 1978 to June 1980.
· Staff Member, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Theory Division, July 1975 to November 1978.
Consulting, Patents, etc.
· Consultant to DoE, 1985-1986; Consultant to Army Research Office, 2002-2005, EPIR, 2006-2007
· 11 patents awarded; 3 additional invention disclosures; representative examples of patents:
--- Field-Controlled Current Modulators Based on Tunable Impurity Barrier Strengths, Gerald J. Iafrate, Jun He, Mitra Dutta and Michael A. Stroscio, disclosed in February 1995 and filed with the U.S. Patent Office with Serial No. 8/497672; U.S. Patent No. 5,705,824 issued January 6, 1998.
--- TEM-Mode Quantum Wire or Well Laser for Enhanced Gain, Yuri Sirenko, Mitra Dutta, K. W. Kim, and Michael A. Stroscio, submitted in December 1994; U.S. Patent No. 5,661,740, August 26, 1997.
--- Mesoscopic Electronic Devices with Tailored Energy-Loss Scattering, Michael A. Stroscio, Mitra Dutta, Ki Wook Kim, Yuri Sirenko, and Gerald J. Iafrate; U.S. Patent No. 5,917,194, June 29, 1999.
--- Intersubband Semiconductor Lasers with Enhanced Subband Depopulation Rate, Gregory Belenky, Mitra Dutta, Mikhail Kisin, Serge Luryi, and Michael Stroscio; U.S. Patent No. 6,819,696, November 16, 2004.
--- Intersubband Semiconductor Lasers with Enhanced Subband Depopulation Rate: Devices, Gregory Belenky, Mitra Dutta, Mikhail Kisin, Serge Luryi, and Michael Stroscio; U.S. Patent No. 7,310,361, December 18, 2007.
Principal Publications of Last Five Years
About 70 refereed publications in last five years; during career, about 300 refereed publications and patents the great majority being in electrical engineering and in several branches of physics; about 400 professional presentations the majority being in electrical engineering and in several branches of physics; representative examples of publications: Dimitri Alexson, Yang Li, Dinakar Ramadurai, Peng Shi, Leena George, Lenu George, Muzna Uddin, Preetha Thomas, Salvador Rufo, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Binding of Semiconductor Quantum Dots to Cellular Integrins,” IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 3, 86-92 (2004); Michael A. Stroscio, Mitra Dutta, Salvador Rufo, and Jianyong Yang, “Dispersion and Damping of Acoustic Phonons in Quantum Dots,” IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 3, 32-36 (2004); Dinakar Ramadurai, Babak Kohanpour, Dimitri Alexson, Peng Shi, Akil Sethuraman, Yang Li, Vikas Saini, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Tunable Optical Properties of Colloidal Quantum Dots in Electrolytic Environments,” IEE Proceedings in Nanobiotechnology, 151, 189-192 (2004); Chen Chen, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Confined and Interface Modes in GaN/ZnO Heterostructures,” Journal of Applied Physics, 95, 2540-2546 (2004); Chen Chen, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Surface-Optical Phonon Assisted Transitions in Quantum Dots,” Journal of Applied Physics, 96, 2049-2054 (2004); Chen Chen, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “ Electron Scattering via Interactions with Optical Phonons in Würtzite Crystals ,” Phys. Rev., B70, 075316-1-7, 2004; Amit Raichura, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Continuum Model for Acoustic Phonons in Nanotubes: Phonon Bottleneck,“ Phys. Stat. Sol. (b), 241, 3448-3453, 2004; Michael A. Stroscio and Mitra Dutta, “Integrated Biological-Semiconductor Devices,” Proceedings of the IEEE, 93 (10), 1772-1783 (2005); Michael A. Stroscio and Mitra Dutta, “Biologically-inspired Chemically-directed Self-assembly of Semiconductor Quantum-dot-based Systems: Phonon-hole Scattering in DNA Bound to DNA-quantum-dot Complexes,” International Journal of High Speed Electronics, 16(2), 659-668 (2006); Dimitri Alexson, Hongfeng Chen, Michael Cho, Mitra Dutta, Yang Li, Peng Shi, Amit Raichura, Dinakar Ramadurai, Shaunak Parikh, Michael A. Stroscio, and Milana Vasudev, “Semiconductor Nanostructures in Biological Applications,” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 17, R637-R656 (2005) Downloaded over 500 times in in first three months, a distinction shared by only 3% of IoP publications; Michael A. Stroscio and Mitra Dutta, “Optoelectronics” in Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, Wiley Publishing Company (April 2006); Jianyong Yang, Gail J. Brown, Mitra Dutta, and Michael A. Stroscio, “Photon Absorption in the Restrahlen Band of Thin Films of GaN and AlN: Two Phonon Effects, Journal of Applied Physics, 89, 043517, (2005); Xin Zheng, Wanqiang Chen, Leonard F. Register, and Michael Stroscio, “Interwell Transport and Scattering in Mono-polar Lasers,” Physical Review, B 73, 245304 (2006); M. A. Stroscio, M. Dutta, and Amit Raichura, “Conductance of Nanowires,” J. of Computational Electronics, 6, 247-249 (2007) ; Hongfeng Chen, Igor Titushkin, Michael Cho, and Michael Stroscio, “Altered Membrane Dynamics of Quantum Dot-conjugated Integrins during Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Bone Marrowrived Progenitor Cells,” Biophysical Journal, 92, 1399-1408 (2007); Bhranti Shah, Paul Clark, Eduardo K. Moioli, Michael Stroscio, and Jeremy Mao, "Labeling of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using Bioconjugated Quantum Dots” , Nano Letters, 7, 3071-3079, 2007.
Scientific and Professional Society Memberships: IEEE; SPIE; AAAS; APS
Honors and Awards
· Fellow of the IEEE, 1992 · 1998 Recipient of the IEEE Harry Diamond Award
· Elected to Executive Boards of IEEE PSAC and of Yale Science and Engineering Association (Fellow)
· Fellow of the AAAS, 1999 · Fellow of the APS, 2004 · Issai Lefkowitz Award, 1991 · Phi Beta Kappa, 1971 · Pi Mu Epsilon, 1970 · Yale University Fellowship, 70-72
· 1977 Recipient of Research Initiative Grant of the Director of the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
· Appointed as the U.S. Army's Seventh Senior Scientist of Modern Times, 1990.
Institutional and Professional Service (Last 5 Years) : About two dozen such activities in last 5 years; five examples follow: (1) Editorial Board, Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics. June 2006 to present, Editorial Board, Microelectronics Journal, May 2006 to present, Editorial Board, Proceedings of the IEEE, 2008-2010; (2) Invited Nominator, 2005-2008 Kyoto Prize (Advanced Technology); (3) International Advisory Committee Member, Phonons 2007, Paris, and St. Petersburg, 2004; (4) International Advisory Committee Member, 10 th International Workshop on Computational Electronics, Purdue University, October 2004; 11 th International Workshop on Computational Electronics, Vienna, 2006; 12 th International Workshop on Computational Electronics, Purdue Amherst, MA, 2007; (5) Chair, UIC Campus Research Board, Physical Sciences and Engineering, 2004-07; Member of the National Research Council (NRC) Board on Army Science and Technology (BAST), 2008-2010.
Professional Development Activities (Last 5 Years): About a dozen review panels, many dozens of paper/proposal reviews in last 5 years; examples: NSF Proposal Review Panels for ERC, NER, CAREER; served on NSF Board of Visitors.
Other Items : Ten grants totally well over $2M; Supervised ca. 30 graduate students at UIC, Duke University, and the North Carolina State University (at NCSU supervised jointly); about 700 papers, presentations and patents over entire career; these include coauthorship of 3 books published by Cambridge University Press in the area of nanoscience as well as 5 coedited books; latest book Introduction to Nanoelectronics, Camb. Univ. Press (2007).