Professor Peide
December 11, 2014
A laboratory at Purdue University provided a critical part of the world's first transistor in 1947 – the purified germanium semiconductor – and now researchers here are on the forefront of a new germanium milestone.
Professor Dimitrios Peroulis
November 24, 2014
When Dimitrios Peroulis participated in the IMPACT program in 2012, he had already been experimenting with a flipped classroom and student-centered learning for more than a year, creating online lectures for students to view before class and then using class time to lead them through problems and projects.
Professor Vladimir Shalaev
November 24, 2014
Researchers at Nano-Meta Technologies Inc. (NMTI) in the Purdue Research Park have shown how to overcome key limitations of a material that could enable the magnetic storage industry to achieve data-recording densities far beyond today's computers.
Professor Gerhard Klimeck
November 17, 2014
The founder of a simulation software startup based on a Purdue University innovation, ECE Professor Gerhard Klimeck, says his company could help the semiconductor industry overcome research and development challenges in designing and manufacturing next-generation transistors.
Professor Thomas Talavage
November 16, 2014
Boiler Bytes video interview with ECE Professor Thomas Talavage regarding his concussion research.
Professor Yong Chen
November 16, 2014
Researchers have uncovered "smoking-gun" evidence to confirm the workings of an emerging class of materials that could make possible "spintronic" devices and practical quantum computers far more powerful than today's technologies.
Doctoral Student Archana Tankasala
October 6, 2014
Purdue doctoral student Archana Tankasala, a member of ECE Professor Gerhard Klimeck's lab, is studying electron interactions in few-electron systems involving 1.5 to 2 million atoms as part of research that could contribute to development of quantum computers exponentially more capable than today’s supercomputers.
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