Kanika Agrawal

Max Shtein

Professor

mshtein@umich.edu

3051W NCRC, Building 28

T: (734) 764-4312

Bio

Publications

Group


kanika@umich.edu
B.S. in Instrumentation Engineering, University of Mumbai, 2010
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2012

Currently at Intel


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Publications:

 

1. Kanika L. Agrawal and Max Shtein, “Self-powered ion detectors based on dye-sensitized photovoltaics”, Nanoscale, DOI: 10.1039/c4nr03417a, (2014).

2. Kanika L. Agrawal, Matthew E. Sykes, Kwang Hyup An, Bradley Frieberg, P. F. Green and Max Shtein, “Influence of exciton lifetime on charge carrier dynamics in an organic heterostructure”, Applied Physics Letters 102, 113304 (2013).

 

3. Mandakini Biswal, Vivek V. Dhas, Vivek R. Mate, Abhik Banerjee, Pradip Pachfule, Kanika L. Agrawal, Satishchandra B. Ogale and Chandrashekhar V. Rode, “Selectivity Tailoring in Liquid Phase Oxidation Over MWNT-Mn3O4 Nanocomposite Catalysts”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 31, 115 (2011).

 

Patents:

1. Kanika L. Agrawal and Max Shtein, “Self-Powered Photovoltaic Ion Sensor”, U.S. Patent, Filed June 2014.

 

Conference Presentations:

 

1. Kanika L. Agrawal and Max Shtein, “Self-Powered, Integrated Sensors Based on Efficient Photovoltaic Conversion”, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting 2014, Boston, MA.

2. Kanika L. Agrawal, Matthew E. Sykes and Max Shtein, “Optically Induced Modulation of Current in Organic Light Emitting Diodes for Sensing Applications”, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2013, San Francisco, CA.  (Best Poster Award Nominee)

4. Kanika L. Agrawal, Matthew E. Sykes, Kwang Hyup An and Max Shtein, “Optical Field Modulation of Current in Organic Light Emitting Diodes”, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2012, San Francisco, CA.  (Best Poster Award Nominee)