- Inspiring and enabling performance through open and timely communications and a clear norm of collaborative effort;
- A goal of conducting its transformative, integrated research in a culture that is inclusive and collaborative, and crosses disciplinary and institutional boundaries;
- Strong ethics and responsible conduct of scientific research;
- Innovative integration of multidisciplinary research, education and outreach efforts to advance training of a diverse workforce; and
- Effective knowledge translation processes that will facilitate intellectual exchange between academic institutions and industrial partners to result in beneficial application of new knowledge.
Code of Ethics
In the conduct of all its programs and activities, the Center for E3S strives for excellence, integrity, effectiveness and efficiency. The Center's faculty, students, staff and other participants commit themselves to enable the achievements of these goals by acting professionally and ethically consistent with the Center's Code of Ethics as well as all applicable organizational policies and practices of ethics of their "home" institutions.Read the full E3S Code of Ethics >>
- E. Yablonovitch, Chair
- J. Bokor, Vice Chair
- M. Bartl, Secretary
- V. Bulovic
- T.-J. King Liu
- H.-S. P. Wong
- M. C. Wu
- D. Zubia
External Advisory Board
- S. Bader, Argonne National Lab.
- E.-W. Chang, Mercer County Community College
- P. Delfyett, U. of Central Florida
- K. Dunphy-Guzman, Sandia National Lab.
- P. Gargini, ITRS
- E. Garmire, Dartmouth College
- J, Heritage, U. of California, Davis
- Mark Pinto, Blue Danube Labs
- Daniel Radack, IDA
- Diane Rover, Iowa State U.
Industrial Research Board
- D. Hemker, Lam Research
- G. Shahidi, IBM
- S. Williams, HP
- E. Yieh, Applied Materials
- I. Young, Intel