Prof. Akinwande from University of Texas-Austin is visiting AMO GmbH
Professor Deji Akinwande from the University of Texas-Austin is visiting AMO GmbH for one week. The goal of his visit is to initiate collaborations with AMO researchers and to learn more about the activities in Aachen in the area of new 2D materials.
In his lecture on Thursday, May 11 ‘From Ordinary to Extraordinary: 2D Materials, Devices and Systems’ he will talk about his current groundbreaking research in the area of 2D nanomaterials, furthermore providing an outlook for the forthcoming challenges. The lecture will take place at RWTH Aachen University, Physikhörsaal, Sommerfeldstraße 16 at 4 pm. All those interested are warmly invited to attend.
Just recently, Professor Akinwande has been honored with the 2017 Bessel-Humboldt Research Award, which will bring him to Germany and in particular RWTH Aachen University and AMO GmbH on a more regular basis. Prof. Akinwande and RWTH Aachen Professor Max Lemme are looking forward to mutual exchange of both research groups and Institutions in the future.
Lecture of Professor Deji Akinwande
‘From Ordinary to Extraordinary: 2D Materials, Devices and Systems’
May 11, 2017
RWTH Aachen University
Physikhörsaal, Sommerfeldstraße 16
Abstract: „From Ordinary to Extraordinary: 2D Materials, Devices and Systems”
This general talk will present our latest research advances on 2D nanomaterials towards greater scientific understanding and advanced engineering applications. In particular the talk will highlight our work on flexible devices and nanoelectronics, wearable sensors, straintronics, topological insulators, 2d memory and non-volatile switches and new transistor concepts. Finally, recent commercial electronic products employing graphene and related materials will be featured.
Biography: Prof. Akinwande
Dr. Deji Akinwande is an Endowed Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. He received the PhD degree from Stanford University in 2009. Prof. Akinwande has been honored with the 2017 Bessel-Humboldt Research Award, 2016 Presidential PECASE award, the inaugural Gordon Moore Inventor Fellow award, the inaugural IEEE Nano Geim and Novoselov Graphene Prize, the IEEE “Early Career Award” in Nanotechnology, the NSF CAREER award, several DoD Young Investigator awards, and was a past recipient of fellowships from the Kilby/TI, Ford Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 3M, and Stanford DARE Initiative. His work on silicene has been featured by nature news, Time magazine and was selected among the top 2015 science stories by Discover magazine. He serves as an Editor for the IEEE Electron Device Letters and Nature NPJ 2D Materials and Applications.