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ELECTRONICS RELIABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY

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Reliability of electronics at the level of
components, packages, systems, and supply chains

Affiliated Faculty

  NAME RESEARCH INTERESTS
Avram Bar-Cohen Avram Bar-Cohen
Distinguished University Professor
On-chip cooling; Embedded cooling; Thin film thermoelectrics; Microchannel and microgap evaporative cooling; Compound semiconductors; Laser diodes; Compact high performance computers (HPC)
Aris Christou Aris Christou
Professor
Flexible electronics through the integration of advanced materials such as graphene on polymers; Failure mechanisms of electronic systems in extreme environments (high temperature, high voltage and radiation fields, corrosive environments)
Abhijit Dasgupta Abhijit Dasgupta
Professor
Multi-physics/multi-scale degradation of electronic systems, Physics of Failure under dynamic loading (multi-DoF Vibration and drop/impact loading), interconnect materials (solders, sintered silver, conductive adhesives), accelerated stress testing
Bongtae Han Bongtae Han
Professor & Associate Chair,
Director, Maryland MEMS and Microfluidics Lab
MEMS, Microfluidic Systems
F. Patrick McCluskey F. Patrick McCluskey
Professor
Physics-of-failure mechanism modeling for extreme temperature and high power applications
Michael Pecht Michael Pecht
George E. Dieter Professor
Faculty Member, Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation
Director, Center for Computer Aided Life Cycle Engineering
 
Peter Sandborn Peter Sandborn
Professor
Keystone: The Clark School Academy of Distinguished Professors
Director, MTech