前沿讲座通知

时间:2008年10月28日(周二)上午10:00 ——11:30
地点:邯郸校区微电子搂(净化楼)B213会议室

10:00 - 10:45 "Monolithic III-V/Si Integration"
by Prof. Eugene Fitzgerald

10:45 - 11:30 "Aspect Ratio Trapping Heteroepitaxy for Integration of Ge and Compound Semiconductors on Si"
by Dr. Zhiyuan (Charles) Cheng

 

Eugene A. Fitzgerald

Merton C. Flemings-SMA Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Visiting Professor of Management,
Johnson School of Management, Cornell University

Professor Fitzgerald's research interests include electronic materials, novel semiconductor heterostructures and devices, and heteromaterial integration. Current projects involve the fabrication of GeSi/Si detectors and InGaAs/GaAs emitters which may be used in fiber-to-the-home applications; GeSi/Si structures for integrated, micro-mechanical devices; visible AlInGaP LEDs and lasers integrated on Si and GaAs; III-V microwave transistors integrated on Si; III-V solar cells integrated on Si; basic studies concerning the generation, propagation, and interaction of defects in these heterostructures; and investigations of microscopic failure mechanisms in optoelectronic and electronic devices.  Professor Fitzgerald is author of more than 200 journal publications and 49 issued U.S. patents.

He has served on the editorial board of Materials Science and Engineering Reports since 1995, and was an elected member of the board of directors of the Materials Research Society from 2003 to 2006. 

Professor Fitzgerald has a strong interest in the process of commercializing fundamental technology advances. In 1998, he founded Amberwave Systems Corporation, which focused on developing strained-Si/SiGe technology for advanced MOSFETs. He has previously held positions as director, chairman of the board, and chairman emeritus at AmberWave. Currently part of the founding team of Contour Semiconductor, Professor Fitzgerald is also founder of Paradigm Research, LLC and 4power, LLC. Professor Fitzgerald holds a concurrent position as a visiting professor in Materials Science and Engineering at Cornell's College of Engineering, is involved in the Johnson School's Business of Science and Technology Initiative, Kauffman Innovation Interface, a novel industry-to-university interface for the acceleration of industrial innovation, the creation of an application-rich environment for universities and the training of next generation innovators. From 1989-1994, Professor Fitzgerald performed research at AT&T Bell Laboratories in the area of semiconductors and devices. He was named associate professor in MIT's Materials Science and Engineering Department in 1994, and received a Lord Foundation Career Development Chair in 2000. In 1999, he became an SMA fellow in the Singapore-MIT Alliance. He became a full professor at MIT in 2000, and was awarded Merton C. Flemings chair in 2003. Professor Fitzgerald received a BS in materials science and engineering from MIT, and a PhD in the same discipline from Cornell University.
URL:  http://dmse.mit.edu/faculty/faculty/eafitz/
http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/faculty/profiles/Fitzgerald/

Zhiyuan (Charles) Cheng

Dr. Cheng is currently Director of Emerging Technologies at AmberWave System, an advanced semiconductor material research and development company in USA.
He was a postdoc researcher at MIT from 2000 to 2003. He received his PhD and B.Eng degrees, both in Electrical Engineering, from National University of Singapore (2000), and Tsinghua University (1990), respectively. He authored and co-authored about 60 journal and conference technical papers, and has about 40 issued and pending patents. Dr. Cheng received the 2004 IEEE EDS George Smith Award, as the first author of the best paper of the year in IEEE Electron Device Letters in 2004.
He is also active in helping MIT and Tsinghua and other China universities build collaboration relationship. He has accompanied MIT President Susan Hockfield to visit Fudan, Tsinghua and Ministry of Education in 2006.

 
 
 
 

 

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