Stephen CampbellRussell J. Penrose Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
2015 Russell J. Penrose Professorship in Nanotechnology
2011 George W. Taylor Award for Distinguished Service (Collegiate Award)
2007 IEEE Fellow IEEE
2007 Sanford P. and Lenore Edgerton Bordeau Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering
2006 College of Science and Engineering (formerly Institute of Technology) Distinguished Professor
2005 George W. Taylor Award for Distinguished Teaching
1989 Presidential Young Investigator (National Science Foundation)
Fabrication Engineering at the Micro- and Nanoscale, Oxford University Press, Fourth Edition
"Bulk and interface characterization and modeling of copper indium aluminum gallium selenide (CIAGS) solar cells”, MJ Sibakoti, S Karthikeyan, S Hwang, T Bontrager, and SA Campbell, Photovoltaics Specialists Conference (PVSC), 2016 IEEE 43rd (2016).
“Revealing the Origins of 3D Anisotropic Thermal Conductivities of Black Phosphorus”, J Zhu, H Park, JY Chen, X Gu, H Zhang, S Karthikeyan, N Wendel, SA Campbell, M Dawber, X Du, M Li, JP Wang, R Yang, and X Wang, Advanced Electronic Materials (2016).
“Polymer-sandwiched ultra-thin silicon (100) layer for flexible electronics”, Y Zhang, SA Campbell, and L Zhang, Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI), 2015 8th International Conference on (2015).
“Properties of electrophoretically deposited single wall carbon nanotube films”, J Lim, M Jalali, and SA Campbell, Thin Solid Films (2015).
“Cu2ZnSnS4 thin film growth optimization and post rapid thermal annealing of solar cells and its influence on device performance”, L Zhang, S Karthikeyan, MJ Sibakoti, and SA Campbell, Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC), 2015 IEEE 42nd (2015).