Roland A. Levy
- PhD, Columbia University
- MSc, Columbia University
- BA, Queens College
Honors and Awards
- New York State Scholar Incentive Award (1967-71)
- Henry Krumb Scholarship (1968)
- United States Office of Naval Research Fellowship (1969-71)
- National Science Foundation Fellowship (1973-75)
- NATO Advanced Study Institute Fellowship (19977, 1978)
- AT&T Bell Laboratories Exceptional Contribution Award (1985, 87, 88, 89)
- NATO Advanced Study Institute Directorship (1986, 88, 89, 90)
- Semiconductor International R&D Achievement Award (1986)
- Research & Development Magazine IR 100 Award (1987)
- The Electrochemical Society Thomas D. Callinan Award (1989)
- American Men and Women of Science
- Who´s Who in Technology Today
- Sigma Xi
- Freshman Physics
- Modern Physics
- Materials Science
Synthesis and characterization of thin films for microelectronic and photonic applications; development of novel sensors; ceramic membranes for gas separation; materials for solar cell devices.
NJIT Research Activities 1989-present
- Investigation of environmentally friendly substitutes for cadmium and chromium.
- Chemical vapor deposition of thin films using environmentally benign precursors.
- Development of membrane materials for MEMS and aerospace applications.
- Synthesis and characterization of ceramic membranes for VOC separation.
- Design and fabrication of integrated photonic sensors.
- Synthesis and characterization of dielectric (SiO2, Si3N4, SiC, BN, DLC) and metal (TiN, Cu, W, Al) thin films.
- Evaluation of non-global warming gases for chamber cleaning/wafer patterning.
- Multi-lifecycle reengineering of CRT glass.
M. S. Carroll, Y. S. Suh, R. A. Levy, “Nonlocal reduced boron diffusivity in silicon below strained Si1-xGex surfaces,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B: Microelectronics and Nanometer structures 26, 72 (2008).