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Maryam Farzaneh

BIO

Professor Maryam Farzaneh joined the UW-Stevens Point Department of Physics in 2014. Her research interest includes thermal imaging of semiconductor devices, applied physics and photonics and optoelectronics. Farzaneh has presented at the Wisconsin Science and Technology Symposium. Information on Farzaneh’s Optoelectronics Research Lab work is here.

PUBLICATIONS

Becher, N., Farzaneh, M., Knipfer, B., Sigler, C., Kirch, J., Boyle, C., Botez, D., Mawst, L.J., Lindberg III, D.F. & Earles, T. (2019). Thermal Imaging of Buried Heterostructure Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) and QCL Arrays using CCD-based Thermoreflectance Microscopy. Journal of Applied Physics. 125, 033102 https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5065507

V.G. Garcia* and M. Farzaneh, (2016). Transient thermal imaging of a vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) using thermoreflectance microscopy, Journal of Applied Physics. 119, 045105. 

M. Farzaneh, Alphonse F. Harris*, Adam Lebovitz* (2011). Cross-plane thermal diffusivity measurement of an operating vertical cavity surface emitting laser using thermoreflectance, Journal of Applied Physics. 109, 096101.

J. A. Summers, M. Farzaneh, R.J. Ram, J.A. Hudgings. (2010). Thermal and Optical Characterization of Photonic Integrated Circuits by Thermoreflectance Microscopy, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 46, 3 .

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Association of Physics Teachers
  • American Physical Society¬†
Professor of Physics
Physics/Engineering Dual Degree Coordinator

Office:
SCI B105

Education

Ph.D. - Physics
Boston University

M.S. - Physics
Sharif University of Technology

B.S. - Physics
Sharif University of Technology

Courses

Energy in Today's World
General Physics
Advanced Mechanics
Applied Principles of Physics I & II
Optics
Quantum Mechanics