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Shaping the Future of Light through Reconfigurable Metasurfaces

Harnessing the power of “phase-change” materials, a team of researchers including Ali Adibi, have demonstrated how reconfigurable metasurfaces — artificial materials with extraordinary optical properties — are crucial to the future of nanotechnology.
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IEN News

CAEML Receives Phase II Funding from The National Science Foundation

As the global demand for microelectronics continues to surge, the mission of the Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning (CAEML) to “apply machine learning to the design of optimized microelectronic circuits and systems” has become even more crucial. 
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Georgia Tech Faculty to Present Timely Topics at VLSI Symposium on Technology and Circuits

As one of the premier symposiums for microelectronics and semiconductor research, the event will draw some of the world’s top technologists in the VLSI industry.
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Georgia Tech Researchers Develop Wireless Implantable Vascular Monitoring System

Vascular diseases account for nearly a third of all human deaths on the planet. Woon-Hong Yeo and his collaborators are trying to improve the odds for patients with development of an implantable soft electronic monitoring system. 
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Spring 2022 IEN Seed Grant Winners Announced

The primary purpose of this program is to give first- and second-year graduate students in diverse disciplines working on original and unfunded research in micro- and nano-scale projects the opportunity to access the most advanced academic cleanroom space in the Southeast.
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Additional IEN News of Note

MSE professor Gleb Yushin’s Startup Sila Nanotechnologies to Build Massive U.S. Based Plant
Sila Nanotechnologies has announced the purchase of a facility with more than 600,000 square feet of space located in Moses Lake, WA to be used to manufacture Sila’s breakthrough lithium-ion anode materials at automotive volumes and quality. Powered with hydropower, the facility is located on 160-acres of land close to rail lines for convenient and efficient shipping.

Cleanroom Corner


The Georgia Tech Black Magic PECVD is Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) equipment for deposition of high-quality carbon nanotube (CNT), carbon nanoribbon (CNR) and graphene thin films. The system can be used to grow both single-walled or multi-walled CNTs depending on the process parameters. In addition, the system can be used for relatively low temperature deposition processes.
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Cleanroom User Spotlight: Mason A. Chilmonczyk 
 
Mason A. Chilmonczyk is the CEO and Co-founder of Andson Biotech, a startup that develops new sensors to discover the next groundbreaking cell and gene therapies. In the following Q&A, Chilmonczyk briefly discusses his work in the IEN cleanroom and gives advice to current and future users.
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Awards and Promotions

The Georgia Tech Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) team has received Georgia Tech’s award for Outstanding Achievement in Research Program Development 2022. The team includes IEN faculty Oliver Brand, Hang Chen, David Gottfried, and Wilbur Lam.

Krishnendu Roy has been elected to the College of Fellows of the Controlled Release Society for his leadership and contributions to the field of delivery science and technology.

Emmanouil Tentzeris won the Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Advisor Award from Georgia Tech.

 

IEN Publications

Jialin Wang, Mingyue Zhang, Yijiang Liu, Ya'ao Huang, Yu Zhang, Jiawei Jiang,  Huaming Li, Jian Chen, Zhiqun Lin 


Stress in DNA Gridiron Facilitates the Formation of Two-Dimensional Crystalline Structures

Lei Yu, Jin Cheng, Dongfang Wang, Victor Pan, Shuai Chang, Jie Song, Yonggang Ke




VR-enabled portable brain-computer interfaces via wireless soft bioelectronics
Musa Mahmood, Noah Kim, Muhammad Mahmood, Hojoong Kim, Hyeonseok Kim, Nathan Rodeheaver, Mingyu Sang, Ki Jun Yu, Woon-Hong Yeo


Artificial solid electrolyte interface layer based on sodium titanate hollow microspheres assembled by nanotubes to stabilize zinc metal electrodes
Minfeng Chen, Weijun Zhou, Qinghua Tian, Xiang Han, Yanjun Tan, Jizhang Chen, Ching-Ping Wong


Smart bioelectronic pacifier for real-time continuous monitoring of salivary electrolytes

Hyo-Ryoung Lim, Soon Min Lee, Sehyun Park, Chanyeong Choi, Hojoong Kim, Jihoon Kim, Musa Mahmood, Yongkuk Lee, Jong-Hoon Kim, Woon-Hong Yeo


Don’t forget about human factors: Lessons learned from COVID-19 point-of-care testing

Sarah Farmer, Victoria Razin, Amanda Foster Peagler, Samantha Strickler, Bradley Fain, Gregory L. Damhorst, Russell R. Kempker, Nira R. Pollock, Oliver Brand, Brooke Seitter, Stacy S. Heilman, Eric J. Nehl, Joshua M. Levy, David S. Gottfried, Greg S. Martin, Morgan Greenleaf, David N. Ku, Jesse J. Waggoner, Wilbur A. Lam

Origami-Based Design for 4D Printing of 3D Support-Free Hollow Structures

Bingcong Jian, Frédéric Demoly, Yicha Zhang, H. Jerry Qi, Jean-Claude André, Samuel Gomes



Dynamically tunable second-harmonic generation using hybrid nanostructures incorporating phase-change chalcogenides
Muliang Zhu, Sajjad Abdollahramezani, Chentao Li, Tianren Fan, Hayk Harutyunyan, Ali Adibi


MONETA: A Processing-In-Memory-Based Hardware Platform for the Hybrid Convolutional Spiking Neural Network With Online Learning

Daehyun Kim, Biswadeep Chakraborty, Xueyuan She, Edward Lee,  Beomseok Kang, Saibal Mukhopadhyay
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