Available to order! Adopts a flexible pedagogical approach, as the 4 main chapters can be taught as stand-alone modules Covers the historical development of the subject, as well as its current status Features end-of-chapter problems to solidify understanding and...
NSF Expeditions project awarded to advance superconductor electronics for post-CMOS computing technologies
In this project, the Cornell team will study phase-engineered Josephson junctions and cryogenic memories that are highly scalable and compatible with JJ-based computing platforms. Expeditions: DISCoVER: Design and Integration of Superconducting Computation for...
Joe presented his ground breaking study on ScAlN at CSW2022. He was also selected as one of the New Faces in Compound Semiconductors and debuted at CSW2022!
Austin is among the 39 Activate Fellows this year announced in June 2022. "These 39 founders are turning their breakthroughs into businesses that could help industries, including manufacturing, energy, chemicals, computing, and defense, meet decarbonization and...
Reet's thesis "Integrated Electronics on Aluminum Nitride: Materials and Devices" has received a Springer Thesis Award, and will appear soon under Springer Thesis.
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The central research theme in our group is to develop electronic grade semiconductors and understand the fundamental limits of these materials and their applications. The essential scientific tools our group uses include epitaxy, basic material characterizations, transport theory and experiments, device theory and experiments.