Ashok T. Ramu, Ph.D.

2011 Electrical & Computer Engineering University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Electronics & Photonics
"Ashok Ramu"


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John Edward Bowers grad student 2011 UC Santa Barbara
 (The Modeling and Characterization of III-V Compound Semiconductors, Alloys and Nanocomposites for Thermoelectric Applications.)
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Liu N, Peters J, Ramu A, et al. (2019) Thermoelectric transport at F4TCNQ–silicon interface Apl Materials. 7: 021104
Ramu AT, Halaszynski NI, Peters JD, et al. (2016) An electrical probe of the phonon mean-free path spectrum. Scientific Reports. 6: 33571
Ramu AT, Bowers JE. (2016) A Generalized Enhanced Fourier Law Journal of Heat Transfer. 139
Ramu AT, Bowers JE. (2015) On the solenoidal heat-flux in quasi-ballistic thermal conduction Journal of Applied Physics. 118
Ramu AT, Bowers JE. (2015) A compact heat transfer model based on an enhanced Fourier law for analysis of frequency-domain thermoreflectance experiments Applied Physics Letters. 106
Ramu AT, Ma Y. (2014) An enhanced Fourier law derivable from the Boltzmann transport equation and a sample application in determining the mean-free path of nondiffusive phonon modes Journal of Applied Physics. 116
Ramu AT, Strukov DB. (2013) Thermal modeling of resistive switching devices Ieee Transactions On Electron Devices. 60: 1938-1943
Preissler N, Bierwagen O, Ramu AT, et al. (2013) Electrical transport, electrothermal transport, and effective electron mass in single-crystalline In2O3 films Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 88
Ramu AT, Bowers JE. (2012) A "2-omega" technique for measuring anisotropy of thermal conductivity. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 83: 124903
Ramu AT, Mages P, Zhang C, et al. (2012) Measurement of the high-temperature Seebeck coefficient of thin films by means of an epitaxially regrown thermometric reference material. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 83: 093905
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