Stacking light-emitting diodes instead of placing them side by side could enable fully immersive virtual reality displays and higher-resolution digital screens.
With this microfluidic device, researchers modeled how sickled blood cells clog the spleen’s filters, leading to a potentially life-threatening condition.
Their technique could allow chip manufacturers to produce next-generation transistors based on materials other than silicon.
DMSE’s Tenure Talks gives glimpse into the hard work, commitment, and decisions behind one of academia’s most important posts.
Researcher with broad expertise in an interdisciplinary field saw combat in World War II.
Palacios has served as director of the 6-A MEng Thesis Program, industry officer, and professor of electrical engineering.
Researchers develop a scalable fabrication technique to produce ultrathin, lightweight solar cells that can be seamlessly added to any surface.
Researchers have developed a programmable optical device for high-speed beam steering.