Electrical & Computer Engineering
The State University of New Jersey
Dr. Wei Jiang
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
94 Brett Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854-8058
Office: EE 215
Phone: (732) 445-2164
Email: wjiangnj (at) rci.rutgers.edu
Alternate email: wjiangnj (at) ece.rutgers.edu
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2005
M.A. in Physics, University of Texas at Austin, 2000
B.S. in Physics, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, 1996
Researhch Interests (research webpage)
* Silicon nanophotonics: modulators, switches, light emission
* Photonic crystals: devices & physics (e.g. slow light, superprism)
* Silicon photonic microsystems: optical phased arrays, spatial light modulators, on-chip optical interconnects, optical information processing microsystems.
* Nanoimprint and molding
* Plasmonics and metamaterials; disordered and quasi-periodic media
* Other interests: polymer photonics; fiber optics; laser beam steering; gratings; liquid crystals; phased array antennas.
1. Jun Tan, Richard A. Soref, and Wei Jiang, "Interband scattering in a slow light photonic crystal waveguide under electro-optic tuning," Opt. Express, vol. 21, 6756–6763 (2013).
2. Weiwei Song, Manjit Chahal, George K. Celler, Yogesh Jaluria, Graham T. Reed, and Wei Jiang, "The influence of substrate on SOI photonic crystal thermo-optic devices," Opt. Express, vol. 21, 4235-4243 (2013).
3. J. Tan, M. Lu, A. Stein, and W. Jiang, "High purity transmission of a slow-light odd mode in a photonic crystal waveguide," Opt. Lett. vol. 37, 3189 (2012).
4. R. A. Integlia, L. Yin, D. Ding, D. Z. Pan, D. M. Gill, and W. Jiang, "Parallel-Coupled Dual Racetrack Silicon Micro-Resonators for Quadrature Amplitude Modulation," Opt. Express, vol. 19, 14892 (2011).
5. W. Song, R. A. Integlia, and W. Jiang, "Slow light loss due to roughness in photonic crystal waveguides: An analytic approach", Physical Review B vol. 82, 235306 (2010).
6. L. Gu, W. Jiang, X. Chen, L. Wang, and R. T. Chen, "High-speed silicon photonic crystal waveguide modulator for low-voltage operation," Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 90, 071105 (2007).
7. W. Jiang, R. T. Chen, and X. Lu, "Theory of light refraction at the surface of a photonic crystal," Physical Review B 71, 245115 (2005).
Full publication list (with pdf)
Sprg 2013, 332:382 Electromagnetic Fields (Syllabus)
Fall 2012, 332:466 / 332:591 Optoelectronic Devices
Sprg 2012, 332:382 Electromagnetic Fields (Syllabus)
Sprg 2011, 332:468:04 Capstone Design in Optoelectronics (Syllabus)
Sprg 2011, 332:382 Electromagnetic Fields (Syllabus)
Fall 2010: 332:466 / 332:591 Optoelectronic Devices
Sprg 2010, 332:468:04 Capstone Design in Optoelectronics
Sprg 2010, 332:382 Electromagnetic Fields (Syllabus)
Fall 2009: 332:466 / 332:591 Optoelectronic Devices, Syllabus (466),
Sprg 2009, 332:382 Electromagnetic Fields (Syllabus)
Fall 2008, 332:591 Optoelectronics I (Syllabus)
Sprg 2008: 332:592 Optoelectronics II: Contemporary topics in photonics (Syllabus)
Fall 2007: 332:591 Optoelectronics I (Syllabus)
Research Group Members
Visiting Scholar: Prof. H.-F. Zhang
Postdoctoral associate: Dr, Amrita Banerjee
Ph.D. students: Weiwei Song, Jun Tan, Siamak Abaslou
Master student: Robert Gatdula
Undergraduate: Gradeigh Clark (Aresty RA)
Kevin Zhu (Master 2012, Abbott Laboratories)
Craig Gutterman (former undergraduate Aresty Research Assistant, Columbia Univ.)
Dr. Lianghong Yin (former postdoctoral associate, Global Foundries)
Ryan Integlia (PhD 2011, Internet Infrastructure Services Corp.)
Henry Chao (former undergraduate Aresty Summer Science Fellow, JP Morgan)
Prof. Ying Qian (former visiting scholar, Jilin University, China)
Dr. Biz Hui (former postdoc; assistant prof., Pusan National Univ., Korea)
Ron Lidor (former undergraduate researcher; Columbia Univ.)
Victor Martinez (former undergraduate researcher, United Technologies)
(send us an email if you find your name is missing here...)
(Note: we don’t have openings for graduate students at this time.)
Our past and recent work tackled some highly challenging and important problems in silicon photonics and photonic crystals. More exciting opportunities and challenges are ahead. If you would like to make a contribution, please feel free to contact me. For theoretical work, strong math and programming skills are needed. For experimental work, strong micro/nano-fabrication or characterization skills are needed. We have access to excellent fabrication facilities (see links below), and have our own facilities for simulation/computation and device characterization.
Honors and Awards
* IEEE Region 1 Outstanding Teaching Award, 2013
* DARPA Young Faculty Award, 2012
* Rutgers ECE Outstanding Young Researcher Award, 2011
* Ben Streetman Prize, University of Texas at Austin, 2005
Affiliated Research Centers