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About Dmitri Tenne

Dr. Dmitri Tenne joined the faculty of the Department of Physics at Boise State University in 2006. He earned his Ph.D. from the Institute of Semiconductor Physics at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Novosibirsk, Russia in 1996.
Dr. Tenne is a prolific writer and presenter with over 70 technical papers in refereed journals, conference proceedings and book chapters, and over 40 presentations at international scientific meetings and seminars. Dr. Tenne has also served as a technical journal referee for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Applied Physics,
Advanced Materials, and other international physics and materials science journals.
Dr. Tenne's current research interests include multifunctional oxide and semiconductor materials and nanostructures for electronic and optoelectronic applications: ferroelectric and multiferroic thin films and superlattices; semiconductor nanocrystals and quantum dots studied by optical spectroscopic techniques (Raman, infrared, UV, photoluminescence, and reflectivity).

Positions

July 2015 - Present Professor, Boise State University Department of Physics
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July 2011 - July 2015 Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Boise State University
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Honors and Awards

  • 2012 - Distinguished Research Award, College of Arts and Sciences, Boise State University
  • Research Grant, National Science Foundation: “Raman Spectroscopy of Nanoscale Ferroelectric and Multiferroic Thin Films and Superlattices” (2010–2013)
  • Research Grant, National Science Foundation: “Lattice Dynamics and Phase Transitions in Nanoscale Ferroelectric Heterostructures” (2007–2010)
  • Cottrell College Science Award from the Research Corporation (2007–2009)
  • The State Fellowship of the Russian Federation for Outstanding Young Scientists (1997 – 2000)

Courses

  • PHYS 382 Electrodynamics
  • PHYS 381 Electromagnetic theory
  • PHYS 415/515 Solid State Physics
  • PHYS 330 Optics
  • PHYS 423/523 Physical Methods of Materials Characterization


Contact Information

Department of Physics
Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1570
(208) 426-1633

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