I am Asir Intisar Khan from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Currently, I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, California, USA under the supervision of Prof. Eric Pop. I obtained my MS from the same department in March 2021.
I completed my B.Sc. in EEE in April 2016 and MSc in May 2018 from the Department of EEE, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. I served as a Lecturer (October 2016-September 2018) in the same department.
My main research interests include the thermal engineering, fabrication, and characterization of novel phase change heterostructures for high density, low-power data storage both on the flexible and non-flexible platform. My research further expands into the fabrication and characterization of phase change heterostructures for thermoelectrics and low-power solid-state flexible reflective display. I am also working on the fabrication and real-time characterization of ultra-fast temperature sensors using atomically thin two-dimensional materials. As an aside, I have a general interest in quantum phenomena in nanostructures.
My research was supported by a Departmental fellowship, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University (2018-2019), and currently by Stanford Graduate Fellowship as a recipient of the fellowship (2020-21 to 2022-23)