Krishna Saraswat receives the 2021 Aristotle Award
His profound expertise in several semiconductor technologies is only matched by his passion in student advising.
Congratulations to Professor Krishna Saraswat on receiving the 2021 Aristotle Award. The Aristotle Award recognizes supported faculty whose deep commitment to the educational experience of students has had a profound and continuing impact on their professional performance and consequently a significant impact for members over a long period of time.
"Dr. Krishna Saraswat is a globally-respected leader and pioneer in several critical semiconductor technologies including gate-dielectrics, silicide-contacts, high-speed interconnects, optoelectronics, and high-performance materials (Ge, III-V) for sub-10-nm devices. His profound expertise is only matched by his passion in student advising – 90 Ph.D.s and 35 post-docs, who have gone on to become leading lights in industry and academia, including Presidents (Prof. L. Rafael Reif @ MIT), Deans (Prof. Tsu-Jae Liu @ UC-Berkeley), CEOs (Seok-hee Lee @ SK hynix), CTOs (Ajit Paranjpe @ Veeco), etc. He taught his students critical problem-solving skills and nurtured creative-thinking abilities, which became invaluable strengths throughout their careers.
Dr. Krishna Saraswat has been at Stanford for over 45 years, doing research and guiding graduate students to solve critical research problems in the manufacturing of integrated circuits. He's one of the reasons that Stanford has been a leading academic institution in this area of Electrical Engineering." Source: src.org/award/aristotle/2021
Congratulations to Krishna on this very special recognition!