[BK21+] BK Seminar(2022.08.16, 18) Prof. Tony Low(University Minnesota)
- 연사: Prof. Tony Low, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University Minnesota
- 장소: 제2연구동 83188강의실
- 주최: 나노융복합 기반 미래소재 교육연구단
- 일시: (1차)2022.08.16(화), 11:00AM-12:00PM, (2차)2022.08.18(목), 11:00AM-12:00PM
- 제목: (1차) Spin orbit torque materials for energy efficient spintronics devices
(2차) Topological magnetic Weyl semimetal for energy efficient spintronics devices
8.16(화), 8.18(목) 양일간 미네소타대학의 Tony Low교수님을 모시고 Spintronics devices에 관한 세미나를 진행할 예정입니다.
Tony Low교수님은 DFT계산 등 이론계산으로 소재의 물성을 탐구하고, 실험결과의 예측 및 분석을 전문분야로 하고 있으며,
저차원소재에 기반한 Spintronics, Plasmonics, Nanoelectronics 등의 연구를 활발하게 진행해 오고 있습니다.
이번 세미나에서는 차세대 자기메모리에 응용할 수 있는 Spintronics devices의 현상과 에너지소비를 줄일 수 있는 소재와 방법에 대한 이론연구의 결과 및 최신의 실험연구 동향을 소개할 예정입니다.
대학원생 및 연구원들의 많은 참여를 부탁드립니다.
Bio. Tony Low is the Paul Palmberg Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and a member of the graduate faculty in the Physics Department at the University of Minnesota. He leads the Materials and Device Modeling group, focusing on the theory of electronic transport and electromagnetic phenomena at the nanoscale and their impact on next generation nanoelectronics, spintronics, and plasmonic devices. Low is among the Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers. Prior to joining the department, Low worked as a research scientist and theorist in various experimental groups at Columbia University, Yale University, and IBM Thomas J. Watson Research. While at IBM, from 2011-2014, Low served as an industry liaison to various Universities under the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative with the goal of finding the next electronics switch. Low obtained his Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore, and then a postdoctoral associate at Purdue University. He received the George W. Taylor award for distinguished research (2021), the McKnight Presidential fellowship (2019), the IBM Pat Goldberg memorial best paper award (2015). Low’s research is supported by NSF, MURI, DARPA, MRSEC, SRC, Intel, and he is currently the lead principal investigator on the multi-university NSF Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation (EFRI), and the Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future (DMREF) programs.
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