Shubhra Gangopadhyay

Shubhra Gangopadhyay

LaPierre Endowed Chair Professor
Material Science and Physics

Web site: Gangopadhyay Lab
Office address: 141A Engineering Building West, University of Missouri
Office phone: (573) 882-4070
Fax: (573) 882-0397

Research Interest

PECVD, Sputtering and ECR deposition of amorphous Silicon, Carbon, Silicon Carbide and Silicon Nitride films. . Leakage current, programming and reliability studies of metal-to-metal antifuse for FPGAs. Growth and Characterization of low-k nanoporous dielectric thin films for inter level dielectrics for ULSI processing. Growth and Characterization of High-k Gate Dielectric Materials, Fabrication of Micro Electro-Mechanical Devices and Micro-sensors. Characterization of thin films by infrared absorption spectroscopy, Raman, continuous wave photoluminescence and picosecond time resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy, constant photocurrent method, space charge limited current technique. Capacitance-voltage measurements of MIS devices. Study of defects in polycrystalline diamond, Applications of supercritical carbon dioxide in microelectronics and MEMS devices, Nano-Engineered Energetic Materials.


The Gangopadhyay Research Group is a materials science research facility at the University of Missouri Columbia's College of Engineering dedicated to expanding the realm of science and technology through optimization of existing techniques and exploring new dimensions of knowledge. Our group will discover, integrate, and optimize new materials, processing methods, and characterization techniques. Endeavoring to promote innovative solutions to scientific challenges, we will build a unique 21 st century research facility and workforce promoting interdisciplinary research, training and education.

The group is headed by Prof. Shubhra Gangopadhyay who is a well acclaimed researcher in the field of Material Science and Physics. The group is currently setting up a high class research facility which will be a first of it's kind in Missouri.

Selected Publications