The nanofabrication facilities of MTL played a role in the processing of this work of art
Max Shulaker’s technology will enable highly integrated monolithic 3D chips for energy-efficient computing
Low-cost “piezoelectric” films produce voltage when under strain, could be used for flexible electronic components and more.
Recently appointed Professor of Electrical Engineering, Will is an expert in quantum engineering based on superconducting qubits.
Professor of Material Science and Engineering is expert on integrated optics and photonics.
Max Shulaker draws spontaneous applause from the audience at DARPA’s Electronics Resurgence Initiative Summit
The device uses 5 microliters of blood, about a quarter the volume drawn from a finger prick.
Project carried out by visiting student as part of Tec de Monterrey-MIT Nanotechnology Program.
Yu-Hsin Chen receives Outstanding Dissertation Award at 2019 International Symposium on Computer Architecture
Award honors "contributions to efficient and flexible dataflows and architectures for deep learning acceleration"
Award honors autonomous navigation chip for nanodrones.