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Associate Professor
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Jeffrey Alan Davis received his B.E.E., M.S.E.E., and Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in 1993, 1997, and 1999, respectively. Dr. Davis has co-authored over 75 refereed journal, conference, and workshop publications, and his papers have been referenced over 2500 times by researchers from around the world []. He also co-authored and co-edited a book entitled Interconnect Technology and Design for Gigascale Integration, which has recently been translated into Chinese and republished in 2010. His current research interests are exploring the low-frequency electrical properties of nanocomposite materials, and in 2012-2013 he was awarded the Georgia Tech Fund for Innovation in Research and Education (GT-FIRE) for this work. The application of this technology is to develop solid-state capacitors that have extremely high-energy density for electrical energy storage. He also explores novel ways to completely replace conventional electrochemical batteries with capacitive energy storage in a variety of everyday products.

  • Low-Frequency Electrical Properties of Nanocomposite Materials
  • Surface Polarization Mechanisms in Large Bandgap Insulators
  • Energy Storage Limits of Dielectric Nanolaminate Structures
  • Microstructual Simulation of Nanocomposites Using FD and FEM
  • Supercapacitor Energy Storage Applications in Transportation, Robotics, and Computing
Distinctions & Awards
  • 2001 NSF CAREER Award
  • 2002-2003 Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in ECE
  • 2004-2005 Class of 1940 W. Roane Beard Outstanding Teacher Award
  • 2006 Education Partnership Award
  • 2007, 2013 ECE Outreach Award
  • 2007 HKN Richard M. Bass Outstanding Teaching Award
  • 2009 S.C. Sun Best Student Paper Award at IITC
  • 2011,2013 Class of 1934 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award
  • 2012-2013 Awardee of the Georgia Tech Fund for Innovation in Research and Education