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Chaitanya U. Kshirsagar

Chaitanya U. Kshirsagar

Research Scientist
Peregrine Semiconductor
USA

Biography

Dr. Chaitanya U. Kshirsagar received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a dissertation on modeling and fabrication of low power devices and circuits using low-dimensional materials. He obtained the degree of Master of Science in ECE from University of California Santa Barbara with a dissertation on electronic transport properties in graphene, and the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in electronics and telecommunication from the Government Engineering College, Aurangabad. He also has industry internship and collaborative research experience involving leading technology companies like IBM, Agilent Technologies, and Global Foundries. His technical expertise is focused on semiconductor device design, fabrication, simulation, modeling and characterization. Currently he is working as a research scientist at Peregrine Semiconductor. His work has been cited in wide range of fields such as nanoelectronics, microelectromechanical devices, semiconductor devices, applied physics, measurement science, photonics, smart materials, sensors, computational electronics and circuit design. He serves as a reviewer for various Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), American Institute of Physics (AIP), and Institute of Physics (IOP) journals. He is member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), full member of Sigma Xi-The Scientific Research Society, and member of American Chemical Society (ACS).

Research Interest

Semiconductor device design, fabrication, simulation, modeling and characterization.