Miller studies optical and optoelectronic devices including quantum wells and photonic nanostructures, especially for information sensing, communication, switching and processing. He also investigates more generally the fundamentals of optics in these applications, with current research including dense optical interconnection to silicon electronics, quantum well optical physics and devices, nanometallic photonics, and fundamental limits in optics.
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|Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers||David A. B. Miller||04-2008|
|Integrated photonic switches for nanosecond packet-switched optical wavelength conversion||Miller, DAB, et. al.||Optics Express||01-2006|
|Spectral shaping of electrically controlled MSM-based tunable photodetectors||Miller, DAB, et. al.||IEEE Photonics Technology Letters||10-2005|
|Relationship between the superprism effect in one-dimensional photonic crystals and spatial dispersion in nonperiodic thin-film stacks||Miller, DAB, et. al.||Optics Letters||09-2005|
|Wannier basis design and optimization of a photonic crystal waveguide crossing||Miller, DAB, et. al.||IEEE Photonics Technology Letters||09-2005|
|Interferometric sensors for spectral imaging||Miller, DAB, et. al.||Sensors and Actuators, A: Physical||04-2005|
|Silicon-based micro-Fourier spectrometer||Miller, DAB, et. al.||IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices||03-2005|
|Misalignment-tolerant surface-normal low-voltage modulator for optical interconnects||Miller, DAB, et. al.||IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics||01-2005|
2008 Elected to the National Academy of Sciences 2010 Elected to the National Academy of Engineering He was awarded the Adolph Lomb Medal and the R. W. Wood Prize from the OSA, the International Prize in Optics from the International Commission for Optics, the IEEE Third Millennium Medal, and the Carnegie Millennium Professorship. He is a Fellow of the Royal Societies of London and Edinburgh, OSA, APS, and IEEE, and holds honorary degrees from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Heriot-Watt University.