Rama Venkatasubramanian
Rama Venkatasubramanian
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
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Thin-film thermoelectric devices with high room-temperature figures of merit
R Venkatasubramanian, E Silvola, T Colpitts, B O'quinn
Nature 413, 597-602, 2001
Thermoelectrics handbook: macro to nano
DM Rowe
CRC press, 2018
On-chip cooling by superlattice-based thin-film thermoelectrics
I Chowdhury, R Prasher, K Lofgreen, G Chrysler, S Narasimhan, ...
Nature nanotechnology 4 (4), 235-238, 2009
Thermal conductivity of Si–Ge superlattices
SM Lee, DG Cahill, R Venkatasubramanian
Applied physics letters 70 (22), 2957-2959, 1997
Lattice thermal conductivity reduction and phonon localizationlike behavior in superlattice structures
R Venkatasubramanian
Physical Review B 61 (4), 3091, 2000
Thermal challenges in next-generation electronic systems
SV Garimella, AS Fleischer, JY Murthy, A Keshavarzi, R Prasher, C Patel, ...
IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies 31 (4), 801-815, 2008
MOCVD of Bi2Te3, Sb2Te3 and their superlattice structures for thin-film thermoelectric applications
R Venkatasubramanian, T Colpitts, E Watko, M Lamvik, N El-Masry
Journal of crystal growth 170 (1-4), 817-821, 1997
Aspects of thin-film superlattice thermoelectric materials, devices, and applications
H Böttner, G Chen, R Venkatasubramanian
MRS bulletin 31 (3), 211-217, 2006
Thin-film thermoelectric device and fabrication method of same
R Venkatasubramanian
US Patent 6,300,150, 2001
Phonon-blocking, electron-transmitting low-dimensional structures
R Venkatasubramanian, E Siivola, T Colpitts, B O'quinn
US Patent 7,342,169, 2008
Enhanced thermoelectric performance in PbTe-based superlattice structures from reduction of lattice thermal conductivity
JC Caylor, K Coonley, J Stuart, T Colpitts, R Venkatasubramanian
Applied physics letters 87 (2), 2005
Thermal characterization of superlattices
MN Touzelbaev, P Zhou, R Venkatasubramanian, KE Goodson
Journal of Applied Physics 90 (2), 763-767, 2001
Thin film thermoelectric devices for hot-spot thermal management in microprocessors and other electronics
.. Rama Venkatasubramanian
US Patent 7,997,087, 0
Low-temperature organometallic epitaxy and its application to superlattice structures in thermoelectrics
R Venkatasubramanian, T Colpitts, B O’Quinn, S Liu, N El-Masry, ...
Applied Physics Letters 75 (8), 1104-1106, 1999
Half-Heusler phases and nanocomposites as emerging high-ZT thermoelectric materials
SJ Poon, D Wu, S Zhu, W Xie, TM Tritt, P Thomas, R Venkatasubramanian
Journal of Materials Research 26 (22), 2795-2802, 2011
Thin-film thermoelectric cooling and heating devices for DNA genomic and proteomic chips, thermo-optical switching circuits, and IR tags
R Venkatasubramanian
US Patent 7,164,077, 2007
Thermoelectrics Handbook: Macro to Nano
H Scherrer, DM Rowe, T Kajikawa, K Matsubara, JP Issi, HJ Goldsmid, ...
CRC press, 2018
Thermoelectric generators for solar conversion and related systems and methods
R Venkatasubramanian
US Patent 7,638,705, 2009
Enhancement of Thermopower of TAGS‐85 High‐Performance Thermoelectric Material by Doping with the Rare Earth Dy
EM Levin, SL Bud'Ko, K Schmidt‐Rohr
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (13), 2766-2774, 2012
Analysis of Ce‐and Yb‐doped TAGS‐85 materials with enhanced thermoelectric figure of merit
EM Levin, BA Cook, JL Harringa, SL Bud’Ko, R Venkatasubramanian, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (3), 441-447, 2011
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