August 26, 2015
For over seven decades, the DRC has brought together leading scientists, researchers, and students to share their latest discoveries in device science, technology and modeling. His presentation was titled "Demonstration of Ge CMOS Inverter and Ring Oscillator with 10 nm Ultra-thin Channel". He is advised by Professor Peide "Peter" Ye.
August 10, 2015
The award from the Marconi Society recognizes individuals who have, at an early age, demonstrated exceptional engineering or scientific research and entrepreneurial capabilities with the potential to create significant advances in telecommunications and the internet. He is advised by Professor Andrew Weiner.
August 3, 2015
The IEEE Fellow Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the IEEE Board of Directors for nominees to be conferred the grade of Fellow. IEEE Fellow is the highest grade of membership and is recognized by the technical community as a prestigious honor and an important career achievement.
August 3, 2015
ECE's Seng-Liang Wang Hall received a gold level certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, organization, recognizing Wang Hall's best-in-class "green" building strategies and practices.
July 23, 2015
The paper was authored by Professors Alexandra Boltasseva and Vladimir Shalaev, visiting scholar Marcello Ferrera, and graduate students Nathaniel Kinsey, Clayton DeVault, and Jongbum Kim. The title is "Epsilon-near-zero Al-doped ZnO for ultrafast switching at telecom wavelengths". Optica is a new, high-impact journal dedicated to publishing only the most impactful work in optics.
July 16, 2015
Professor Alexandra Boltasseva was invited to speak, while Professor Peter Bermel was selected to participate. The very selective program accepts only an average of 35 out of 259 academic candidates every year. Professor Boltasseva was invited among only 15 total speakers at the event.
July 21, 2015
The talk titled "The Physics of Flexible Electronics and the End of Ohm's Law', explained how percolation, phase transition, and fractals are helping shape the emergence of a new class of flexible, foldable, and light-weight electronics.