Recent and Upcoming Events

Optical Phase Change Materials Special Issue

Submissions entertained for thematic issue on Optical Phase Change Materials in the journal Optical Materials Express.
https://www.osapublishing.org/ome/journal/ome/feature_announce/opcm2017.cfm

Recent Group News

Realization of artificial ancestral intelligence

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/recreated-sixth-sense-that-sharks-have_uk_5a38e863e4b0860bf4aad4e4

Xiaofei Guan to join Shanghai Tech University as Assistant Professor in School of Physical Science and Technology. Congrats!

Our collaborative artificial neuron IEDM paper is discussed in EE Times

http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&_mc=RSS_EET_EDT&piddl_msgpage=2&doc_id=1331105&page_number=2

News and Views piece by Drs. Zhou and Shao on our recent paper appears in Nature Energy

Hydrogen induced insulation, by Zhou and Shao in Nat. Energy.

http://www.nature.com/articles/nenergy201678

Kats et al VO2 paper is in the news

http://phys.org/news/2016-01-tunable-materials-advanced-optics.html

Shi and Ha et al oxide transistor paper is disussed in technical magazines: (R&D Magazine, EE Times, Gizmag, Materials Today)

Synaptic transistor learns while it computes

Synaptic transistor learns as it switches

Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

Brain-inspired transistor stimulates learning process

Kats et al VO2 Metamaterial paper is in the news (Photonics, Pysics World, Science News, MRS)

Coating Provides ‘IR Camouflage’

Natural metamaterial looks cooler when heated

Material looks cool while heating up

Vanadium Oxide Metamaterial Structure Appears to Cool as it Heats

Undergrad Siya Xuza meets with United States President Obama and the First Lady to discuss clean energy technologies for the developing world (link)

Remarks by the First Lady at Connecting Continents Event

Group alum Quentin van Overmeere to receive the Electrochemical Society Morris Cohen Award and Antonella Karlson Prize from Belgium science society. Congrats!

Nature reports on our group’s studies on correlated oxide electronics that could potentially enable energy-efficient transistors

Metal oxide chips show promise