Mark Lundstrom


Mark Lundstrom
Fields of study
Frederick Emmons Terman Award, IEEE Leon K. Kirchmayer Graduate Teaching Award


Dr. Mark Lundstrom’s groundbreaking effort in scattering models for transistors has provided key insights into nano-scale transistor physics and performance limits. His work with Dr. Supriyo Datta is noted by the challenges they address and by their ability to communicate their ideas to the broader electron device community. He is known for his pioneering studies of carrier transport in nonoscale transistors, his work on scaling limits of transistors and his scattering matrix approach to semiclassical carrier transport. His book, Fundamentals of Carrier Transport, uniquely describes techniques for carrier transport in systems as different as semiconductor junctions and ion diffusion structures. A Fellow of both the IEEE and the American Physical Society, Dr. Lundstrom has published over 200 conference and journal papers. His awards include the Frederick Emmons Terman Award from the American Society of Engineering Education and the 2018 IEEE Leon K. Kirchmayer Graduate Teaching Award. He is a professor at Purdue University.