Professor David R. Allee

Electrical Engineering
Arizona State University

David R. Allee (BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Cincinnati, 1984; MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1986 and 1990 respectively) is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University. While at Stanford University, and as a post-doctoral fellow at Cambridge University, he fabricated field effect transistors with ultra-short gate lengths using custom e-beam lithography and invented several ultra-high resolution lithography techniques.  Since joining Arizona State University, his focus has been on mixed signal integrated circuit design.  David is currently Director of Research for Backplane Electronics for the Flexible Display Center ( funded by the Army, and he is investigating a variety of flexible electronics applications.  He has been a regular consultant with several semiconductor industries on low voltage, low power mixed signal CMOS circuit design.  He has co-authored over 100 archival scientific publications and U.S. patents.