Nextgen computing: Hard-to-move quasiparticles glide up pyramid edgesComputing with a combination of light and chargeless excitons could beat heat losses and more, but excitons need new modes of transport
New undergraduate courses prepare students for the Second Quantum RevolutionQuantum information science and engineering is one of the hottest fields in engineering - and ECE wants to make it accessible to everyone.
Parag Deotare awarded DURIP grant to probe exciton energy transport at nanoscaleThe tool is expected to advance the study of exciton dynamics, which could help identify new research directions for clean energy and information technology.
‘Exciton surfing’ could enable next-gen energy, computing and communications techA charge-neutral information carrier could cut energy waste from computing, now that it can potentially be transported within chips.
Quantum tech: Semiconductor “flipped” to insulator above room tempDiscovery could pave the way to high speed, low-energy quantum computing.
$1.8M to develop room temperature, controllable quantum nanomaterialsThe project could pave the way for compact quantum computing and communications as well as efficient UV lamps for sterilization and air purification.
Educating a quantum workforce with QuSTEAM while opening doors to a broad and diverse range of studentsMichigan is part of a multi-institution effort to create new flexible courses for undergraduate students interested in being part of the second quantum revolution
Che-Hsuan Cheng’s hybrid transistor earns Best Poster AwardCheng’s research may help advance the design of next generation microchip devices, as well as ultrasensitive UV photodetectors.
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Two U-M students receive scholarships from the International Society for Optics and Photonics
Hanzhang Pei (ECE) and Darwin F. Cordovilla Leon (Applied Physics) were selected for their potential contributions to the field of optics, photonics or related field.
Parag Deotare voted 2017 HKN Professor of the Year for ECE
ECE students say Prof. Deotare is the best!
Parag Deotare receives AFOSR Award for research in Nanoscale Exciton-Mechanical Systems (NEXMS)
Prof. Deotare’s work will deepen our understanding of the underlying physics of exciton-mechanics interactions and help engineer novel devices for energy harvesting and up-conversion.