Carnegie Mellon University


The overarching goal for the group's research is the development of energy efficient devices for next generation computing. Within this field the currently active projects focus on:

(i) synthesis of novel electronic materials such as binary and complex oxides and novel chalcogenide alloys.

(ii) microscopy of devices in operando: imaging of ion motion, temperature and potential distribution under bias.

(iii) design, fabrication, testing and simulation of electronic devices for applications in non-volatile memories and neuromorphic computing.