The award recognizes his contributions in "Doping and Contacts for Atomically Thin 2D Semiconductors."
She discusses the growing field of human-robot interaction.
Kwabena discusses his path to Stanford, and how students can get started on their own journeys.
Her research theme is Adaptive Human-Robot Interaction
His citation reads, “for sustained contributions to design and test of computing systems in established and emerging technologies.”
His citation reads “for contributions to the invention, development, and implementation of reduced instruction set computer (RISC) chips."
New solar materials – transition metal dichalcogenides – or TMDs – could usher in ultrathin, lightweight solar panel.
Her research lab leveraged their quantum optics background to study the quantum properties of the soliton microcomb.
His citation reads “innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development and welfare of society.”