His submission was entitled "Performance and Variability Breakthrough for LaAlO3/InGaAs Gate-all-around Nanowire MOSFETs with Ultra-thin Al2O3 Passivation." He is advised by Professor Peide "Peter" Ye.
People can let their fingers - and hands - do the talking with a new touch-activated system that projects onto walls and other surfaces and allows users to interact with their environment and each other.
Professor Klimeck was recognized for contributions to atomistic quantum simulation tools for nanoelectronic devices. Professor Pekarek was honored for his contributions to modeling and simulation of electrical machines, while Professor Ye was honored for his contributions to compound semiconductor MOSFET materials and devices.