In this talk, Professor Victor Bright will give an overview of the history of microscale sensors and micromachines, and the contributions of his research. It turns out that, for these devices to function, size does matter!
The Department of Electrical, Computer & Energy Engineering recently hired Gyenis along with Assistant Professor Joshua Combes and Professor Scott Diddams as part of the new Quantum Engineering Initiative within the college.
Professor Scott Diddams joined CU Engineering as a visiting professor this fall and will become a full professor in 2022. He will also serve in a leadership role in the newly formed Quantum Engineering Initiative – a significant and strategic investment into translational quantum engineering research by the college that includes educational components, faculty hiring efforts, and dedicated lab space for collaboration.
With new leadership and several high-profile faculty joining the program, Materials Science and Engineering at CU Boulder is poised to build on past successes to grow into a world-class hub for research and education in the field.
CU Boulder is a founding partner of a major National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center (STC): the Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand (IMOD). The center represents a research partnership spanning 11 universities led by the University of Washington.
The University of Colorado Boulder has received a $2 million gift from The Anschutz Foundation to support the university’s diverse research in aerospace and national defense—from tracking and protecting satellites in orbit to improving the security of mobile devices.
The Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RISE) Interdisciplinary Research Theme within the College of Engineering and Applied Science will host a workshop and networking event from 10:45 a.m. to noon on Sept. 13 via Zoom.