学术报告：Micro- and nano-fabrication Technologies
报告人： Wei Wu (University of Southern California)
Micro- and nano-fabrication are enabling technologies for micro/nano-device and micro/nano-science researches. While both were mainly invented throughout the progress of the semiconductor industry, their applications have gone beyond semiconductor devices and circuits. Understanding the science and technology of micro- and nano-fabrication becomes an essential foundation of successful research in the frontier of electronics, photonics, and circuits.
I will have a series lectures. The goal of those lectures is to:
1) Survey the landscape of state-of-the-art micro/nano-fabrication technologies.
2) Understand the fundamental sciences behind micro/nano-fabrication.
3) Provide a starting point for micro/nano-fabrication research.
Wei Wu graduated from Peking University with a BS in Physics in 1996, and received a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 2003. He joined the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California as an associate Professor January, 2012. Before joining USC, he had worked as research associate, scientist and senior scientist at HP labs. His work includes the first nanoimprint-fabricated optical negative index meta-material at 1.55 micron range, the first optical modulation using negative index meta-material at near-IR, the first third harmonic generation using meta-material, crossbar memory (i.e. memristor) and logic circuits with the record high densities, highly sensitive surface enhanced Raman sensors fabricated using 3-D nanoimprint, the first room-temperature working single electron memory and the first large area bit-patterned magnetic media fabricated using nanoimprint. He coauthored 99 peer reviewed journal papers, 2 book chapters and more than 100 conference presentations, including 14 keynote and invited presentations. He has 92 granted US patents and 25 pending applications. Half of them were also filed internationally. He has 6978 total citations and H-index of 43. He is a co-editor of Applied Physics A and an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology. He is also an IEEE nanotechnology council 2015 and 2016 distinguished lecturer.