Kanicki, Jerzy | Faculty
Energy Materials | Renewable Energy |
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering
» Energy Materials
» Renewable Energy
Dr. Jerzy Kanicki started his academic career at the University of Michigan in 1994, after moving to Michigan form IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Height, NY. He spend his sabbatical year at UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego and MIT in 2002, 2009 and 2017, respectively. Professor Kanicki’s research focusses among others on the areas of solid-state devices and nanotechnology, and energy science and engineering. His research include organic and inorganic photovoltaic devices, detectors and active pixel sensors for x-ray imagers, biodegradable hydrogels for various applications, metal oxide semiconductors thin film devices and circuits, transmissive, reflective and emissive flat panel displays, and electrochromic devices. He has over 200 referred journal publications with over 5,000 citations.