Nano@Tech with Raghunath Murali

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Nano@Tech welcomes Raghunath Murali, a Senior Research Engineer in the Nanotechnology Research Center, for a lunchtime discussion of "Graphene Nanoelectronics."

NOTE: While all are welcome, lunch will be provided only to those who have pre-registered by Friday, September 24. To attend, click here.

Graphene has attracted much attention as a potential replacement for Silicon CMOS technology. In this talk, I will review the motivation for interest in graphene as a nanoelectronic material and discuss potential applications of graphene in transistors, interconnects, and sensors. Various methods of producing graphene will be discussed along with recent progress in making large-area sheets.

Dr. Raghu Murali is a Senior Research Engineer in the Nanotechnology Research Center. His group is mainly focused on the use of graphene for nanoelectronic applications. He has over 40 peer-reviewed publications and his work has been featured in the press. He is a senior member of the IEEE.



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