For his work on engineering nanoscale systems, with a particular focus on materials and devices to control light and energy.
His citation reads, "for novel materials for low-power memory and energy-efficient nanoelectronics.”
Researchers show that their newly invented paints, which they produced in a wide array of colors, can reduce the need for both heating and air conditioning in buildings and other spaces, like trains and trucks for refrigerated cargo.
James Zou discusses implications of the ability of AI to predict the race or ethnicity of patients, based solely on medical images
How AI Inferences of Race in Medical Images Can Improve—or Worsen—Health Care Disparities.
A molecular additive enhances next-gen LEDs – but shortens their lifespans.
Abbas El Gamal, Ram Rajagopal, and Thomas Navidi uncover significant grid reliability with a software-only approach
Coordination could spare billions in grid upgrade costs and accelerate electrification
Asir Khan (PhD candidate) received the Best Student Paper Award, 2022 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits
Asir’s award was presented at the 2023 VLSI Symposium.
His citation reads, "for inspirational mentoring and contributions to graduate teaching in wireless communication, power systems, computational biology, and blockchains."