纽约州立大学奥尔巴尼分校Prof. Bin Yu 10月23日上午学术报告

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人:Prof. Bin Yu

College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CNSE),

The StateUniversity of New York - Albany

报告题目:Nano-Device Research based on 2-D Graphitic Nanostructure

报告时间:1023日上午1000

报告地点:FUNSOM实验室208报告室(材料大楼910号楼)

 

Dr. Bin Yu

   Professor

College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CNSE)

The StateUniversity of New York - Albany

257 Fuller Road, Albany, NY12203, USA

Email: byu@uamail.albany.edu, phone: (510) 956-7492

IEEE Fellow

IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

 

Dr. Bin Yu received B.S. and M.S. degrees from Zhejiang University, China, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University of California at Berkeley, all in Electrical Engineering. At U.C. Berkeley, he conducted research in semiconductor nanoelectronics. He made pioneering contributions to Berkeley’s advanced research program on ultra-scaled silicon-on-insulator device technology that later became semiconductor industry’s mainstream technology.

 

He is presently Full Professor in the College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering (CNSE), the State University of New York, Albany, with research interest on nanomaterial-inspired information processing, data storage, and energy harvesting. In particular, he is interested in the material synthesis and device applications of low-dimensional nanostructures (mono-/bilayer graphene and various semiconductor nanowires) for future-generation nanoelectronics, nanoexcitonics, and “green technology”. Since 2007 he has been Consulting Professor in the PaulAllenCenter for Integrated Systems and the Department of Electrical Engineering at StanfordUniversity. Before joining SUNY, he was with University of California / NASAAmesResearchCenter for Nanotechnology, leading the nanoelectronics research program. From 1997 to 2003 he was with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., managing AMD’s strategic research

program in exploratory silicon technology. He made several widely cited, record-breaking research breakthroughs in nanoscale silicon technology.

 

He has authored 5 books/book chapters, published over 100 research papers (including a dozen invited ones), and was speaker of 50+ invited talks to international conferences,

professional societies, academia, and industry. One of the prolific inventors in electronics, he has nearly 300 awarded U.S. patents and 30+ of European/Japanese patents under his

name. He is Administrative Committee Member of IEEE Nanotechnology Council and Ex-Officio Administrative Committee Member of IEEE Electron Device Society. He served on 2 technical committees, advisory committees, and invited guest panels of many international conferences, symposiums, workshops, and organizations, including National Nanotechnology Initiative/SRC Consultative Group and the well-known International Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS). He is IEEE Distinguished Lecturer, Recipient of IBM Faculty Award, Editor of IEEE Electron Device Letters, Associated Editor of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, Guest Editor of IEEE T-ED/T-NANO Joint Special Issue on Nanowire Electronics, Principal Editor of Materials Research Society Symposium, Guest Professor at BeijingUniversity, and Guest Lecturer at StanfordUniversity and University of California, Berkeley. In 2006 he was named the prestigious IEEE Fellow for widely recognized research accomplishments in semiconductor nanoelectronics. He served also as senior consultant to venture capital, technology law firm, and nanotechnology startup in Silicon Valley, California.

 

 

 

 

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