Stephen M. Goodnick (M 1987; SM 1990; F 2004) received his Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, in 1983, respectively. He was an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow with TUM, and the University of Modena, Modena, Italy, in 1985 and 1986, respectively. He served as Chair and Professor of Electrical Engineering with Arizona State University, Tempe, from 1996 to 2005. He served as Associate Vice President for Research for Arizona State University from 2006-2008, and presently serves as Deputy Director of ASU LightWorks. Professionally, he is currently serving as President (2012-2013) of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, and as Past President of IEEE Eta Kappa Nu Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society Board of Governors, 2011-2013. He has published over 350 journal articles, books, book chapters, and conference proceeding, and is a Fellow of IEEE (2004) for contributions to carrier transport fundamentals and semiconductor devices.
2012, ASEE ECE Division Meritorious Service Award, ‘For meritorious service to engineering education through leadership in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association, through leadership in Eta Kappa Nu, and service to engineering educators through ASEE and other associations.’
2008, Robert M. Janowiak Outstanding Leadership and Service Award, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association
2004, Fellow, IEEE, ‘For contributions to carrier transport fundamentals and semiconductor devices’
2002, IEEE Phoenix Section, Service Award
2001, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, Certificate of Recognition for Contributions as Vice-Chair of the 2001 MTT-S International Microwave Symposium
1998, Colorado State University College of Engineering Achievement in Academia Award
1996, College of Engineering Research Award, Oregon State University
1986, 1995, Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, Federal Republic of Germany
1991, Melchor Visiting Chair, College of Engineering, the University of Notre Dame
Eta Kappu Nu National Electrical Engineering Honor Society
Solid State Device Physics, Transport in Nanostructures, Nanoelectronic Devices and Circuits, Computational Electronics, RF and Microwave Devices, Optoelectronic and Energy Conversion Devices.
Goodnick, Stephen M.; Faleev, Nikolai; Honsberg, Christiana: Nanoscale Photovoltaics and the Terawatt Challenge. In: Nanoscale Applications for Information and Energy Systems. Springer Science + Business Media, 2012.)
Goodnick, S.M.; Honsberg, C.: Modeling carrier relaxation in hot carrier solar cells. Proceedings of SPIE 8256, 2012.
Marino, Fabio Alessio; Faralli, Nicolas; Palacios, TomÁs; Ferry, David K.; Goodnick, Stephen M.; Saraniti, Marco: Effects of Threading Dislocations on AlGaN/GaN High-Electron Mobility Transistors. IEEE Trans. Electron Devices 57 (1), 2010, 353-360.
Vasileska, D.; Goodnick, S.M.; Klimeck, G.: Computational Electronics: Semi-Classical and Quantum Device Modeling and Simulation. Taylor and Francis, 2010.
Akis, Richard; Faralli, Nicolas; Ferry, David K.; Goodnick, Stephen M.; Phatak, Kunal A.; Saraniti, Marco: Ballistic Transport in InP-Based HEMTs. IEEE Trans. Electron Devices 56 (12), 2009, 2935-2944.
Yamakawa, Shinya; Akis, Richard; Faralli, Nicolas; Saraniti, Marco; Goodnick, Stephen M: Rigid ion model of high field transport in GaN. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (17), 2009, 174206.
Ferry, D.K.; Goodnick, S.M.; Bird, J.: Transport in Nanostructures. Cambridge University Press (2. Aufl.), 2009.
Raleva, Katerina; Vasileska, Dragica; Goodnick, Stephen M.; Dzekov, Tomislav: Modeling thermal effects in nano-devices. J Comput Electron 7 (3), 2008, 226-230.
Ramayya, E. B.; Vasileska, D.; Goodnick, S. M.; Knezevic, I.: Electron transport in silicon nanowires: The role of acoustic phonon confinement and surface roughness scattering. J. Appl. Phys. 104 (6), 2008, 063711.
Ayubi-Moak, Jason S.; Ferry, David K.; Goodnick, Stephen M.; Akis, Richard; Saraniti, Marco: Simulation of Ultrasubmicrometer-Gate Pseudomorphic HEMTs Using a Full-Band Monte Carlo Simulator. IEEE Trans. Electron Devices 54 (9), 2007, 2327-2338.
Saraniti, M.; Goodnick, S.M.: Hybrid fullband cellular automaton/Monte Carlo approach for fast simulation of charge transport in semiconductors. IEEE Trans. Electron Devices 47 (10), 2000, 1909-1916.