Robert F. Karlicek

Electrical Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, United States 
General Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering
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Karlicek RF. (2015) Illumination as a service: New paradigms for the future of lighting 2015 Ieee Summer Topicals Meeting Series, Sum 2015. 158
Li Z, Waldron J, Chowdhury S, et al. (2015) High temperature characteristics of monolithically integrated LED and MOS-channel HEMT in GaN using selective epi removal Physica Status Solidi (a) Applications and Materials Science. 212: 1110-1115
Tkachenko A, Karlicek RF, Lu JJQ. (2014) Directed self-assembly of mesoscopic dies using magnetic force and shape recognition Proceedings - Electronic Components and Technology Conference. 2207-2212
Tsao JY, Crawford MH, Coltrin ME, et al. (2014) Toward Smart and Ultra-efficient Solid-State Lighting Advanced Optical Materials. 2: 809-836
Mao A, Karlicek RF. (2013) Surface patterning of nonscattering phosphors for light extraction. Optics Letters. 38: 2796-9
Mao A, Schaper CD, Karlicek RF. (2013) Nanopatterning using a simple bi-layer lift-off process for the fabrication of a photonic crystal nanostructure. Nanotechnology. 24: 085302
Tkachenko A, Karlicek RF, Lu JJQ. (2013) Evaluation of directed self-assembly process for LED assembly on flexible substrates Proceedings - Electronic Components and Technology Conference. 546-552
Li Z, Waldron J, Detchprohm T, et al. (2013) Monolithic integration of light-emitting diodes and power metal-oxide-semiconductor channel high-electron-mobility transistors for light-emitting power integrated circuits in GaN on sapphire substrate Applied Physics Letters. 102
Karlicek RF. (2013) Emerging System Level Applications for LED Technology Topics in Applied Physics. 126: 373-383
Karlicek RF. (2013) KEYNOTE: Packaging innovation: The key to the future of solid state lighting International Conference and Exhibition On Device Packaging 2013. 15
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