Registration open for DOD 101 for Researchers webinars

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DOD 101 for Researchers The Research Development Office will be offering a webinar to provide researchers with a high-level overview of the Department of Defense as a sponsor of university R&D. Participants will hear from DOD Research Development Specialist Laura Barnes about different branches and offices within DOD that fund research, general tips for building relationships with DOD program officers, …

5/20 Webinar: From Al(Ga)N/GaN to Ga2O3 power switching devices: Status, challenges and perspectives of WBG devices

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Title: From Al(Ga)N/GaN to Ga2O3 power switching devices: Status, challenges and perspectives of WBG devices Speaker: Prof. Joachim Wurfl, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Berlin   When: 10 a.m. Thursday May 20, 2021 Where: Zoom Link   Abstract: Wide bandgap devices are very promising for future electronic systems and energy efficient solutions. This presentation provides an overview on different technologies for power switching devices with a special focus on particular …

ECE Seminar Series presents Dr. Kathy-Anne Soderberg, AFRL Principal Research Physicist

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Title: Toward Heterogeneous Quantum Networks   Zoom Link: (Registration is required to attend the seminar)   Speaker: Dr. Kathy-Anne Soderberg, Principal Research Physicist, Air Force Research Laboratory   Time: Friday, March 26, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.   Abstract: Quantum networks promise the ultimate in secure connectivity providing channels of communication that are both tamper-proof and tamper evident. A quantum network can be executed by remotely …

MAEBL 2020 offers support, solutions to research community facing coronavirus

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Despite being geographically scattered, a small but growing community of engineers, scientists and students working in fields utilizing e-beam lithography came together this July at the fourth annual, and first virtual, Meeting for Advanced Electron Beam Lithography (MAEBL).   But virtual attendees at this year’s annual event had more in common than their interest in lithography; these researchers from the …

IMR postpones fall 2020 installment of its Distinguished Lecture Series

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The Institute for Materials Research (IMR) has decided to postpone the autumn 2020 event in our ongoing Distinguished Lecture Series. This decision was made out of concern for the health and safety of our invited speaker, attendees and the greater community, as well as in consideration of the event’s strong track record of success, as an opportunity for face-to-face discussion …

NSF NeXUS workshop to be held July 30-31

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The NSF National eXtreme Ultrafast Science (NeXUS) facility at The Ohio State University has announced an inaugural virtual event on Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31. The new facility houses new, world-class art ultrafast XUV / soft x-ray capabilities that will enable a broad range of molecular and materials characterization with femtosecond to attosecond time resolution. The interactive user workshop …

ECE holds vigil focused on real change

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Originally published on the ECE website: When public artist Barbara Grygutis created the Garden of Constants sculptures adjacent to Dreese Labs at The Ohio State University, she was exploring how colors and numbers change perspectives, revealing new meaning over time. This is precisely why faculty, staff and students of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program held a vigil on the evening …

ECE to hold Equal Rights Light Vigil Friday

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The Ohio State University Electrical and Computer Engineering to hold Equal Rights Light Vigil   When: Friday, June 12, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. Where: Garden of Constants, adjacent to Dreese Laboratory   “Sparks of Light to Drive Out the Darkness”   In support of the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests, we cannot stay silent. This Friday, June 12, at 7:30 p.m. all electrical …

Knowlton School to host Fulfilled Symposium Feb. 21-22

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The Fulfilled Exhibition on Feb. 10 kicked off its two-week run ahead of a symposium that will consider the role of architecture in a culture shaped by the excessive manufacture and assuagement of desire.   The Fulfilled Symposium is slated for Feb. 21 through 22 in the Gui Auditorium, KN 250, at Knowlton Hall at The Ohio State University. The …

INNOVATE-O-thon participant Jen Schlegel’s efforts to improve accessibility featured in the Washington Post

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Jen Schlegel, a graduating senior in biomedical engineering, was featured in a Washington Post article shining a light on efforts to improve the accessibility of autonomous vehicles.   Schlegel took part in INNOVATE-O-thon with DriveOhio, an innovation event organized by the Institute for Materials Research (IMR). There, students were challenged to help shape DriveOhio’s technology strategy by imagining a future …