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New kind of transistor could shrink communications devices on smartphones
  1. New kind of transistor could shrink communications devices on smartphones

    Integrating a new ferroelectric semiconductor, it paves the way for single amplifiers that can do the work of multiple conventional amplifiers, among other possibilities.

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  2. For the first time, controlling the degree of twist in nanostructure particles

    Being able to decide not only whether a micron-scale particle twists but also how much could open new avenues for machine vision and more.

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  3. Andrew Wintenberg awarded Predoctoral Fellowship to support research impacting the safety of smart systems

    Wintenberg is developing computer algorithms and tools to improve the security of cyber and cyber-physical systems.

  4. Yan Long awarded Predoctoral Fellowship to support research impacting secure communications

    Long aims to ensure that the information received from sensing devices is both trustworthy and confidential.

  5. Aditya Varma Muppala awarded Predoctoral Fellowship to support research impacting imaging systems

    Aditya is creating high-resolution, accessible, scalable, and portable imaging radars that are 200x cheaper and 100x smaller than what is currently available.

  6. Ishtiaque Navid awarded Predoctoral Fellowship to support research impacting green energy

    Navid is exploiting III-Nitride nanostructures for artificial photosynthesis and next generation nanoscale optoelectronics.

  7. Sangmin Yoo awarded Predoctoral Fellowship to support research impacting next generation computing

    Yoo is making memory devices more flexible and tunable, making them irresistible for modern AI applications.

  8. Study finds exhaled breath could enhance detection, diagnosis of COVID-19 and variants

    Research suggests volatile organic compounds in breath could mark distinction between COVID-19, variants and non-COVID illnesses.

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  9. From new material to device: Ferroelectric HEMT could be a game changer for next generation electronics

    Prof. Zetian Mi’s team proved the viability of a reconfigurable, ScAlN/AlGaN/GaN ferroelectric HEMT transistor that is critical for next-generation communication and computing systems

  10. Responsive ankle exoskeleton algorithm handles changes in pace and gait

    The algorithm uses direct muscle measurement, with the potential to seamlessly support a user who switches between walking and running

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