Professor Hanan Dery receives a $510,000 grant from the Department of Energy
Hanan Dery, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, who has received a $510,000 grant from the Department of Energy. This will fund research that could have an important impact on the design of optoelectronic devices such as conventional, spin, and polariton lasers with ultra-low power threshold that can persist up to room temperature. In addition, it may spur new research in novel logic architectures that make use of the strong spin-orbit interaction in mono-layer transition-metal dichalcogenides (ML-TMDs).
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