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Georgia Tech President Cabrera Visits Khan Lab
Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera recently paid a visit to the Khan Lab, located in the Pettit Microelectronics Building, to learn more about the field of ferroelectricity and negative capacitance and its applications in microelectronics. Douglas M. Blough, the interim Steve W. Chaddick School Chair in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), also took part in the visit.
The Khan Lab is led by Asif Khan, an assistant professor in ECE, with a courtesy appointment in MSE, a recent recipient of a DARPA Young Faculty Award, an NSF CAREER Award, and an Intel Rising Star Award. He and his team of six Ph.D. students and two engineers research microelectronic devices to address the challenges faced by the semiconductor technology due to the end of transistor miniaturization. His group focuses on all aspects of ferroelectricity, ranging from materials physics, growth, and electron microscopy to micro-/nano-fabrication of ferroelectronic devices. This includes ferroelectric circuits and systems for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data-centric applications.