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Sofia gets the electrons moving

 

2014-10-17 The electronics smallest building block, the transistor, becomes extremely fast using Indium Arsenide instead of Silicon together with 40nm thick (thin) nanowires. Sofia have a fresh doctors graduation in the subject and she is now aiming towards further research targets. The roads are open to both academic and industrial employers. Sweden? Abroad? Who knows? Congratulations to Sofia from EIT!

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2014-10-24 Framtidens forskare och ingenjörer konfererade

  Med Jens A Andersson som konferensledare och med Sven Mattisson som keynote-speaker geno....

2014-10-24 EIT-forskning syntes på MHC-Invigning

  EIT visade upp delar av sin forskning under fastighetsbolaget Vasakronans invigning av....

2014-10-14 Smaller and faster building blocks

Sofia Johansson's research is about the very basic building blocks of electronics. That's right, tra....

ELLIIT Workshop 2014

ELLIIT Workshop 2014 Date: Oct 23-24, 2014 Place: K1 Lecture Hall (Campus Norrköping) Bredga....

PhD thesis defence Marius Cismasu

Date: 2014-10-27, at 10:15 Place: Lecture hall E:1406, E-building, Ole Römers väg 3, Lund University....

2014-12-08 Massive MIMO workshop @ IEEE GLOBECOM 2014 (Austin, TX)

EIT researchers in Massive MIMO will arrange a workshop (December 8th) at IEEE GLOBECOM 2014 in Aust....