Dr.Ganesh Samudra

Distinguished Visiting Faculty

Educational Qualifications

  • PhD, MS(Physics) and MS(Electrical Engineering) from Purdue University in 1985

Area of Research

  • Mainly focused on both power and nanoscale semiconductor devices
  • Research includes enhancing the performance of nanoscale devices through simulations and experimentation
  • Worked on oxide bypass and poly-flanked super junction Si devices and GaN power devices

Bio

Ganesh Samudra obtained PhD, MS(Physics) and MS(Electrical Engineering) from Purdue University in 1985.

He was tenured faculty in the National university of Singapore (NUS) for last 30 years in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) till June 2019. He had4 years of industrial experience in Texas Instruments prior to joining NUS. He was Visiting Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on sabbatical leave for one year in 2001.

He has extensive experience in teaching, research, degree program administration, curriculum development and accreditation.

His research is mainly in both power and nanoscale semiconductor devices. He has published on enhancing performance of nanoscale devices through simulations and experimentation in collaboration. He has also worked on oxide bipass and poly flanked super junction Si devices and GaN power devices. He has over 300 research papers and 4 education publications. He has co-authored a book on power microelectronics.

Work Experience

  • Tenured faculty at the National University of Singapore (NUS) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) for the last 30 years until June 2019
  • 4 years of industrial experience at Texas Instruments before joining NUS
  • Visiting Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on sabbatical leave for one year in 2001

Publications

  • Over 300 research papers
  • 4 education publications
  • Co-authored a book on power microelectronics