During the Fall/Winter/Spring academic semesters/quarters, E3S Research Seminars are mainly a venue for the Center's members to share information about their research. Summer seminars typically cover allied research outside the Center to provide a broader picture for the Center's members. Each seminar, held via teleconferencing, typically starts at 12:05pm (Pacific time) or 3:05pm (Eastern time), run approximately 50 minutes. The seminar coordinators for the 2014-2015 academic year are Peter Zhao, UC Berkeley and Tao Yu, MIT.

Summer 2015

June 18:  What Does the Clock Speed of My Computer Have to Do with the Fundamental Constants of Nature, ℏ, c, q, m?
Prof. Eli Yablonovitch, UC Berkeley

July 2:  Foundational Technologies at
HP Labs

Dr. Stanley Williams, HP Labs
Sponsor: Prof T.-J. King Liu

July 16:  Power Efficient Electronic Devices in France and in Europe
Olivier Faynot, CEA-Leti
Sponsor: Prof. J. Bokor

July 30:  Introduction to Spin RAM: Device Physics, Scaling and Outlook
Prof. Sayeef Salahuddin, UC Berkeley

Spring 2015

February 11: Surface Functionalization of 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides towards Energy Efficient Electronics
Peida (Peter) Zhao, UC Berkeley
Sponsor: Prof A. Javey

February 25: Modulating Interlayer Coupling in Layered Semiconductors
Prof. Junqiao Wu, UC Berkeley

March 11:  InGaAs/GaAsSb Quantum-well Tunnel-FETs
Tao Yu, MIT
Sponsors: Profs. D. Antoniadis & J. Hoyt

April 8:  Materials and Integration for E3S Optoelectronics
Prof. Eugene Fitzgerald, MIT

April 15:  Large Area Synthesis of Mono- and Multi-layer MoS2 for 2D Nanoelectronics
Dr. Seunghyun Lee and Alvin Tang, Stanford
Sponsor: Prof. H.S.P. Wong

April 29:  Molecular Bandgap Engineering
in Bottom-Up Fabricated Graphene

Prof. Felix Fischer, UC Berkeley

Fall 2014

September 25:  Tunnelling Across Heterojunction Interfaces: What Controls Steepness?
Ryan Iutzi, MIT
Sponsor: Prof. E. Fitzgerald

October 9:  InGaAs/InAs Heterojunction Vertical Nanowire Tunnel FETs Fabricated by a Top-down Approach
Xin Zhao, MIT
Sponsor: Prof. J. del Alamo

October 30: Nanomechanical Switch Designs to Overcome the Surface Adhesion Energy Limit
Prof. T.-J. King Liu, UC Berkeley

November 20:  Progress on Sub-10-NM Magnetic Tunneling Junction Devices
Dr. Jeongmin Hong, UC Berkeley
Sponsor: Prof. J. Bokor

December 11:  Current Induced Bistable Switching of Tilted Anisotropy Nanomagnet for Spin Orbit Torque Memory
Dr. Long You, UC Berkeley
Sponsor: Prof S. Salahuddin

Earlier Semesters