Senior Fellow, Electronics and Energy Technologies
Dorota Temple, PhD, is internationally known for her research on field emission electron sources and for her contributions to the development of three-dimensional integration technologies for "smart" focal plane imaging arrays. She conducts and directs RTI research in electronics and energy technologies and has more than 20 years of experience in electronic materials and processes for applications in integrated circuits, sensors, displays, and solar cells. Dr. Temple is currently the director of RTI Microsystem Integration and Flexible Electronics programs, focusing on emerging technologies for advanced electronic and optoelectronic systems. Dr. Temple has authored or co-authored more than 120 publications, including several invited review papers, and holds six U.S. patents.
PhD, Solid State Physics, AGH University of Science and Technology (Cracow, Poland); MS, Solid State Physics, AGH University of Science and Technology.
Lannon, J., Hilton, A., Huffman, A., Butler, M., Malta, D., Gregory, C., & Temple, D. (Jan 2014)
Malta, D., Gregory, C., Lueck, M., Lannon, J., Lewis, J., Temple, D., et al. (May 2013)
Malta, D., Lueck, M., Huffman, A., Gregory, C., Butler, M., Lannon, J., & Temple, D.S. (May 2013)
Temple, D.S., Lueck, M.R., Vick, E.P., Malta, D., & Lannon, J.M. (Mar 2013)
Vick, E.P., Malta, D.M., Lueck, M.R., & Temple, D. (Jan 2013)