Connecticut Symposium on Microelectronics & Optoelectronics
THIRTIETH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM: Virtual
Dedicated to the memory of Prof. T-P. Ma (Yale University)
Nanotechnology in Electronics, Photonics, Biosensors, and Energy Systems
Welcoming remarks by UConn President Radenka Maric
Nikhil S. Malvankar. Electrogenetic control of bacteria via protein nanowires capable of ultrafast charge transport and storage for next-generation of bioelectronic materials and devices, Yale (INVITED)
CHUNXIANG.ZHU@UCONN.EDU Postdoc associate Department of Materials Science and Engineering & Institute of Materials Science University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269-3136
Name: Mehak Sharma Contact: email@example.com I am a fourth year honors student at the University of Connecticut, majoring in Chemistry and minoring in Global Studies, while on the pre-medical track. My research under wonderful mentors at LambdaVision and the UConn Chemistry Department has inspired my interest of using biotechnology and chemistry as a means of providing innovative solutions to select patient populations.
Presentation slides for Session 5 P1
Krishna R. Pattipati is currently the Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor and the UTC Chair Professor of Systems engineering in the department of electrical and computer engineering at UConn. His research interests are in the application of systems theory, optimization and inference techniques to agile planning, anomaly detection, diagnostics and prognostics. Prof. Pattipati was elected a Fellow of the IEEE in 1995 for his contributions to discrete-optimization algorithms for large-scale systems and team decision-making. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on SMC-Cybernetics during 1998-2001.
Invited talk to introduce the audience to area of hardware security and different categorizations of them, so they know where to look for more information as they design their systems.
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Usman Salahuddin Fulbright PhD student PhD Material Science Institute of Material Science University of Connecticut, Storrs email@example.com (959) 929 2710
I am an Electrical Engineer Graduate student at UConn pursuing a Master’s degree including a research paper. I have been working on this Reverse Engineering protection project since early 2021 with Dr. Lei Wang of UConn and Shuai Chen, a PhD student with UConn. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Elyse Schriber, I am a graduate student in the Institute of Materials Science at UConn. As part of my graduate research I am currently working on method development for small-molecule serial femtosecond crystallography. smSFX uses the high brightness and ultrafast pulse duration of the X-ray free electron laser to get partial diffraction patterns from very small microcrystals. I am very interested in expanding the technique beyond static crystal structures and studying excited state phenomena through photocrystallography and charge-density “quantum crystallography” studies.
Critical Layer Thickness for Epitaxial FAPbBrxI3-x on KCl (001) Elisa Parent, Johanna Raphael, Tedi Kujofsa, and J. E. Ayers audio description of poster at s.uconn.edu/cmoc2022_poster_p9 email@example.com
Lattice Relaxation of Epitaxial FAPbI3 on MAPbClxBr3-x (001) Elisa Parent, Johanna Raphael, Tedi Kujofsa, and J. E. Ayers audio description at s.uconn.edu/cmoc2022_poster_p10 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact information : Kaiyuan.Liu@uconn.edu, email@example.com, Roman.Mays@uconn.edu, Raja.Gudlavalleti@uconn.edu, Bilal.2.Khan@uconn.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org Biography: Aalvee Asad Kausani received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2018. She is currently working towards the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering with the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA.
Roman G. Mays PhD Candidate In Electrical Engineering The University of Connecticut email@example.com (469)-688-0622
Ashiq Rahman: firstname.lastname@example.org PhD student, Physics Department, UConn.
Contact Information: Contact: Alexander.Valdes@UConn.edu, Raja.Gudlavalleti@uconn.edu, Alegassey@bio-orasis.com
Yufeng Wu (email@example.com). Currently second-year PhD student at Prof. Hong Tang’s group, working on superconducting devices.