MIT/ILP Institute Insider: Resource Spotlight: Prof. Tomas Palacios

Extreme Materials and Ubiquitous Electronics Tomás Palacios explores the application of novel materials in next-generation electronics to save energy and expand possibilities. Nearly everyone seems to carry a cell phone or tablet. But if Tomás Palacios’s vision of the future of electronics comes to bear, it will be increasingly difficult to separate electronics from all
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EECScon 2014 and Masterworks 2014 raise awareness of high-level student research

EECScon 2014 and Masterworks 2014 raise awareness of high-level student research Two consecutive venues provide industry, faculty and student guests with full range and depth of research Whether it is presented in a formal conference hall at the Kendall Marriott or accompanied with large servings of ice cream along the Charles M. Vest Student Street,
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MIT EECS Fall 2013 Award: Dr. Han Wang

November 18, 2013 Congratulations to Dr. Han Wang who received the Jin-Au Kong Doctoral Thesis Award (first prize) with the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT). “Two-Dimensional Materials for Electronic Application” The award was presented by Department Head of the EECS Department, Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan and Microsystems Technology Laboratories
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2013 MIT-MTL Center for Graphene Devices and 2D Systems (MIT-CG) Review

Welcome Members of the MIT-MTL Center for Graphene Devices and 2D Systems (MIT-CG): You are cordially invited to attend the 2013 Review, which is being held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA). Date: Friday, November 1, 2013, 9:00 AM EDT (Breakfast/Registration at 8:00 AM EDT) November 1, 2013 (Agenda) Venue:
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Dr. Han Wang: 2D Materials for Electronics Application

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U.K. to spend $120 million on graphene institute

LONDON – The U.K. government has said it will spend £70 million (about $120 million) to fund a national institute of graphene research and commercialization activities, in Manchester, in the northwest of England. See More

Graphene, move over – meet Molybdenum Disulfide

— jbaylon; August 30th, 2012 |

As the wonders of graphene have become a part of the new electronics fabric of tomorrow’s devices, the possibilities for use of other 2-D materials – like graphene just one atom thick – are being revealed. In particular, EECS graduate students Han Wang and Lili Yu working with Tomas Palacios, the Emmanuel E. Landsman Associate
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One-molecule-thick material has big advantages (MIT News)

Diagram shows the flat-sheet structure of the material used by the MIT team, molybdenum disulfide. Molybdenum atoms are shown in teal, and sulfur atoms in yellow. Image courtesy of Wang et al. The discovery of graphene, a material just one atom thick and possessing exceptional strength and other novel properties, started an avalanche of research
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2012 MTL MIT Graphene Review Meeting Presentations

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MIT MTL Graphene Center Review 2012

The members of the MIT Center for Graphene Devices and Systems are cordially invited to attend the forthcoming Center’s review. The review will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on March 23rd, 2012. The review will start with a dinner on the evening of March 22nd at the The Blue Room (additional
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