Technique developed at MIT reveals the motion of energy-carrying quasiparticles in solid material.
Brings 27 years' faculty experience and strong ties with industry
Latest round of MITEI seed grants supports early-stage innovative energy projects.
Award recognizes outstanding new faculty who excel in research, experience, and academic leadership
MTL Ph.D. students visit Maxim Integrated. The Maxim host was Dr. Brian Brandt (back right)
On February 13, 2014, a group of eleven Ph.D. students from MTL visited the headquarters of Maxim Integrated in San Jose, CA after attending the International Solid-State Circuits Conference. The visit included presentations by, and discussions with, Maxim executives including the CEO and CTO. Technical presentations by senior Maxim engineers and demos of new products helped the students learn more about Maxim. In the afternoon four MTL students gave 30-minute presentations on their research and six additional students presented "two minute" research overviews. The final event of the day was a mixer with Maxim engineers and technical managers. The visit was very successful in building stronger ties between MTL and Maxim.
--Brian Brandt, Maxim Integrated
Team creates LEDs, photovoltaic cells, and light detectors using novel one-molecule-thick material.
A new X-ray-generating chip from Luis Velasquez-Garcia's group will reduce the radiation from medical imaging
Introduction of new directed self-assembly (DSA) techniques promise to help semiconductor manufacturers develop more advanced, less expensive components
New technique developed at MIT produces highly selective filter materials, could lead to more efficient desalination.
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