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Arnab K. Majee

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Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Research Interests


03/21 -

Postdoctoral Fellow at UNM and Sandia National Labs

Albuquerque, NM
09/14 - 12/20

Graduate Teaching Assistant at ECE

UMass Amherst, MA
Summer 2019

Engineering and Technology Teacher at KE Foundation

UMass Amherst, MA
Spring 2019

Lab Instructor (General Physics-I (PHYS 151)) at Department of Physics

UMass Amherst, MA



Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

MA, United States

Advised by Zlatan Aksamija.

2007 - 2011

B.Tech in Electrical Engineering, West Bengal University of Technology

West Bengal, India

GPA - 9.05/10.00
University Rank - 4

Publications [Interactive Version]



Quantitative modelling of charge transport in chemically vapor deposited graphene on germanium. [TALK}

EMC 2021, Virtual

Electron-phonon coupling enhances thermal boundary conductance in two-dimensional materials. [TALK}

MRS Fall Meeting, Virtual

Joule heating and its impact on thermal management in few-layer WSe2. [POSTER}

MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA

Impact of Grain Misorientation Angles on Electronic Transport in polycrystalline 2D materials. [TALK]

APS March Meeting, Boston, MA

Dynamical Thermal Conductivity in Single- Crystalline Graphene. [POSTER]

MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix, AZ

Impact of Mismatch Angle on Electronic Transport across Grain Boundaries/Interfaces in 2D Materials. [POSTER]

MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA

Length Divergence of the In-Plane Thermal Conductivity in Suspended Graphene. [TALK]

MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA



EMC 2021 Registration Waiver

Selected people from Minority Serving Institutions recived this waiver which came from an NSF grant to EMC.


ECE Outstanding Teaching Assistant award

For ECE 344 (Semiconductor devices and materials). Nominated by a faculty followed by student voting.


David H. Navon Scholarship

Geared toward doctoral students excelling in the field of nanoelectronics (originally set up for microelectronics).


MRS Spring Meeting Best Poster Nominee

Among the five nominees for Best Poster award at MRS Spring Meeting held at Phoenix, AZ, USA.


ECE Outstanding Teaching Assistant award

For ECE 344 (Semiconductor devices and materials). Nominated by a faculty followed by student voting.


Incoming Graduate Student Fellowship

One of the few Ph.D. students to receive full tuition fee waiver and stipend for Fall 2016.


Edwin V. Sisson Doctoral Fellowship Nominee

I was among the top three candidates. The Fund is geared toward first-year doctoral candidates from College of Engineering departments who do research in sustainable energy or other environmental subjects.



Prof. Zlatan Aksamija
Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Massachusetts Amherst