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Silicon based electronics are expected to run out of steam shortly, and the search is on for a suitable replacement. There are many areas to look at when considering the future of electronics -- better architecture, better materials, better algorithms, better metrology, novel computational paradigms, bio-inspired computing etc. Our vision is to use theory, modeling, and predictive computational tools to provide a unified understanding that would guide strategic research in these disparate areas towards a common goal.

First Name: 
Avik
Position: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
ag7rq@virginia.edu
Computing ID: 
ag7rq
Phone: 
(434) 243-2347
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Degrees: 

1994-1999 Ph.D. in Physics, Ohio State University,1989-1994 5-Year Integrated MS, Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India,

Classification: 
Related Researchers
Topical Area: 
Electronics
Biomedicine
Energy & the Environment
Research Interests: 

Quantum transport

Non-equilibrium many-body physics

Solid-state devices

Spintronics

Nanoelectronics