- Ph.D., Physics, Wake Forest University, 2018
- B.S., Physics, Penn State University, 2012
- IEEE – member
- Materials Research Society - member
- Society for Information Display – member
- SPIE - member
Dr. Lamport has extensive experience in the areas of semiconductor devices, flexible sensors, and display applications which he applies to assist clients on a wide variety of matters. He draws on his interdisciplinary background in electrical engineering and physics to provide technical expertise on challenges ranging from product commercialization, device design, and fundamental materials property issues.
Prior to joining Exponent, Dr. Lamport was a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia University where his research focused on commercial applications of novel electronic devices. In particular, he developed and implemented flexible radiation sensors geared towards real-time measurement of harmful radiation in biological tissue, and separately, sensors for tactile sensing for robotic grasping. He also garnered experience in display applications, with emphasis on microLEDs and downscaling the peripheral devices. In addition, he also investigated novel 2D materials, and performed more in-depth analyses of organic-based devices.
His Doctoral research had dual focus. The first centered on materials discovery and processing for organic field-effect transistors, as well as the enhancement of charge injection processes into semiconductor interfaces. The second explored how chemical modifications and fabrication techniques can be used to tailor electrical rectifying behavior in molecular-scale electronics.