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Shah is a doctoral student in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, co-supervised by professors Vladimir Shalaev and Alexandra Boltasseva. Her research includes the development of plasmonic thin films, particularly transition metal nitrides, and noble metals, with a specific focus on the optical properties of ultrathin metallic films and their uses in tunable nanophotonic devices. She has received several awards, including the Ross Fellowship and the Society of Vacuum Coaters Student Award.
Deesha Shah, winner of the 2020 Teddi C. Laurin Scholarship, is pursuing a doctorate in plasmonic thin films at Purdue University. Courtesy of SPIE.
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