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Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 12:20pm
Clark Hall, 700 Central Campus, 142 Sciences Drive
Professor of Materials Science & Engineering
1D topological systems for next-generation electronics
Topological nanowires, topological materials confined in one dimension (1D), hold great promise for robust and scalable quantum computing and low-dissipation interconnect applications, which will transform current computing technologies. To do so, research in topological nanowires must continue to improve their synthesis and properties.
In this talk, I will discuss my group’s efforts to develop a high throughput and precision synthesis method to fabricate 1D topological systems. I will also highlight our studies on topological crystalline insulator SnTe nanowires and topological metal MoP nanowires and discuss their potential applications. Finally, I will present phase transformations present in these topological systems and how to study them using cryo STEM.
Hosted by Lena F. Kourkoutis
NEW this semester: FREE PIZZA served starting at 12:10 p.m.!
Please bring your own beverage
For those who cannot attend in person but would like to see the seminar, livestream only will be available via Zoom:
Webinar ID: 987 2279 9978