been up to....
--- Congrats to our graduate student,
Matin Amani for winning an MRS
Graduate Student Award (Fall 2016).
--- MoS2 transistors with
1-nanometer gate lengths (Science,
354, 99-102, 2016)
Transistor. Ever.", LBNL News, Oct. 2016.
Create World’s Smallest Transistor", Sci News, Oct. 2016.
Gate Dimensions for Transistors Have Been Achieved", IEEE Spectrum,
Law Rolls On: Scientists Invent the World’s Tiniest Transistor",
The Huffington Post, Oct. 2016.
world's smallest transistor is 1nm long, physics be damned", The
Verge, Oct. 2016
smallest transistor enables scientists to push the laws of physics
further", International Business
Times, Oct. 2016.
to our postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Wei Gao for being awarded a TR35
Under 35) by MIT Technology Review. He
is being honored for his work on “sweatbands that monitor your health"
--- Congrats to our graduate student, Sujay Desai for having been
selected as a recipient of the Lam Research Graduate Fellowship (July
it Simple: Low-Cost Solar Power", US Department of Energy, Basic
Energy Sciences, June 2016.
--- Fully-integrated sweat sensors (Nature,
529, 509–514, 2016)
- “Let them see you sweat: What new wearable sensors can
reveal from perspiration”, UC
Berkeley, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable sweat sensor paves way for real-time analysis
of body chemistry”, Nature, Jan.
wristband measures sweat to monitor health risks”, Science, Jan. 2016.
- "New Wearable Sensor Can Collect Data From Sweat", New York Times, Feb. 2016.
Your Sweat Reveals About Your Health”,
Time, Jan. 2016.
- “Researchers Design Wearable Sweat Sensor to Track
Body’s Biochemical Data”, The
Wall Street Journal, Jan. 2016.
Sweat Be The Next Goldmine For Wearable Data?", Forbes, Jan. 2016.
- “Sweaty truth reveals state of your health”, The Times, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable Sweat Sensors Could Track Your Health”, Yahoo, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable sweat sensor paves way for real-time analysis
of body chemistry”, Scientific
American, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable Device Analyzes Sweat To Monitor User’s Health”, Chemical & Engineering News, Jan.
- “This wearable sensor reveals the secrets in your sweat”, Wired, Jan. 2016.
a wearable sensor can see in your sweat”, Newsweek, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable Sensor Monitors Perspiration”, VOA News,
- “Researchers design wearable sweat sensor to track
body's biochemical data”, Fox News, Jan. 2016.
- “Sweat Sensors Track Athletes' Health”, Popular
Science, Jan. 2016.
- “Wearable sweat sensor shows how hydrated you are
New Scientist, Jan 2016.
- “New Wearable Sensors Know What’s in Your Sweat”,
MIT Technology Review, Jan. 2016.
- “Smart Wearable Sensor Takes Sweat-Monitoring To Next
Level”, IEEE Spectrum, Jan. 2016.
- “Sweat-sensing wristband measures metabolites”,
Chemistry World, Jan. 2016.
- “What sweat can tell you about your health”, Los
Angeles Times, Jan. 2016.
- “Sweat sensing smart tech could warn of dehydration or
heatstroke”, Daily Mail, Jan. 2016.
- “Tracking health is no sweat with new device”, Science
News, Jan. 2016.
- “This headband analyzes your sweat to improve your
workout”, The Verge, Jan. 2016.
Solar Cells with a New Mix of Materials", LBL News, Jan. 26.
--- Optoelectronically Perfect Monolayers (Science,
350, 1065-1068, 2015):
to a monitor near you: a defect-free, molecule-thick film", UC
Berkeley News, Nov. 2015
Tackling Climate Change", EE Times, Dec. 2015.
researchers publish findings on superacid semiconductor treatment",
The Daily Californian
process removes defects in molecule-thick films for use in transparent
LED displays", Gizmag
kick out the defects in monolayers", Materials Today, Dec. 2015.
the Monolayer-Defect Problem", Optics and Photonics News, Dec. 2015.
- NSF front page
(NSF.gov), Dec 2015.
- DOE Office of
Science front page (science.doe.gov), Dec 2015.
--- Congrats to our visiting student, Der-Hsien (Danny)
Lien for winning the
IEEE Electron Device Society PhD student fellowship. This fellowship is
awarded to three students every year. (July 2015)
--- Congrats to our graduate student, Kevin Chen for having been
selected as a recipient of Robert Noyce Memorial Fellowship in
made possible by the Intel Foundation. (July 2015)
Exoskeletons Help Roachbots Go Anywhere, Handle Anything", IEEE Spectrum, June 2015.
--- Javey is a co-recipient of the 2015 MRS Outstanding Young
Investigator Award. He
delievered his award talk during the Spring MRS Meeting. (April
--- Congrats to our postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Wei Gao for being named a
winner of the ACS Young Investigator Award of Division of Inorganic
Chemistry. He will give an invited talk in the Young Investigator
Symposium in the
2015 Fall ACS meeting. (April 2015)
--- Congrats to our undergraduate studnet, Jeong Seuk (Louis) Kang for
being the recipient of the James H. Eaton Memorial Scholarship for
2014-15! The James Eaton Memorial Scholarship is given to one EECS
undergraduate student who has demonstrated a keen sense of creativity
and inventiveness. (April 2015)
--- "Fluid-based sensor bends and twists",
American, October 20, 2014, Vol. 3, No. 41, pp. 2.
--- Javey is the winner of the 2014 Nano
Letters Young Investigator Lectureship award, May 2014.
Transistors Made Entirely Of 2-D Materials", Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN),
monolayers make good LEDs and lasers", nanotechweb.org, April 2014.
--- Congrats to our graduate student, Hui Fang for winning a 2013
Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad.
--- Congrats to our graduate student, Audrey Harker for winning
an NSF Graduate Fellowship. April 2014.
contacts passivate silicon solar cells", nanotechweb.org, March 2014.
--- “Light-Sensitive Smart Curtains for the Future”, Building on Air
(www.buildingonair.com.au), Episode 10, beginning at 15 minute 27
seconds covers our photoactuator
work. March, 2014.
--- Congrats to our undergraduate researcher, Louis Kang for being
named a Haas Scholar for the
academic year. March 2014.
contacts make p-type transistor", nanotechweb.org,
Have Arrived to Fulfill All Your Robot Cat Dreams", Popular Mechanics, Jan 2014.
Berkeley Researchers Develop Highly Sensitive Tactile Sensors for
Robotics and Other Applications",
LBNL News, Jan 2014.
create light-activated curtains", UC
Berkeley News, Jan 2014.
Printing Process to Make Wall-Sized Displays", Technology Review, August 2013.
--- Our former postdoc, Kuniharu
Takei is named a TR35 winner (top 35 innovators under the age of
35) for his work on electronic skin, August 2013.
lab researchers discover universal law for light absorption in 2D
semiconductors", LBNL News,
technology could bring high-end solar power to the mass market", UC Berkeley News, July 2013.
e-skin responds to touch, holds promise for sensory robotics and
interactive environments", UC
Berkeley News, July 2013.
Business Times], [Fast
Daily Californian], [photonics.com],
charge transfer n-dopes semiconducting thin films", nanotechweb.org, May 2013.
--- Congrats to our graduate student, Rehan Kapadia, for accepting an
Assistant Professor position from the Department of Electrical
Engineering at University of Southern California (USC). He will
officially start his new position on July 2014.
Extends $2 Million Financial Gift to the University of California,
Berkeley to Aid Advanced Research in Mobile Device Efficiency, GlobalNewswire, May 2013.
--- Congrats to Rehan Kapadia for winning the top research award from
Berkeley EECS. He is named the co-receipient of the 2013 David J.
Sakrison Memorial Prize. "The award is made annually to a graduate
student who has completed what is deemed by a faculty committee to be a
truly outstanding piece of research." May 2013.
--- Congrats to Dr. Chuan Wang
for joining the faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at
Michigan State University. He will start his new position from
July 1, 2013.
--- Congrats to Rehan Kapadia
and Toshitake Takahashi for successfully presenting their Ph.D.
dissertation talks. May 2013.
--- Congrats to Dr. Kuniharu Takei for obtaining one of the few
tenure-track faculty positions in Japan. He will join the
Department of Physics and Electronics at Osaka Prefecture University as
a tenure-track assistant professor, Feb 2013.
semiconductors grow on silicon", nanotechweb.org,
--- "Can you build a human body?", BBC News, March 2012.
CNT networks make bendy circuits", nanotechweb.org, March 2012
technique targets flexible electronics", EE Times Asia, December 2011.
Path to Flex and Stretch Electronics", LBL News Center, December 2011.
membranes could compete with Si MOSFETs", nanotechweb.org, November 2011.
--- Javey is the winner of the inaugural APEC
Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE Prize),
---- "Shape-shifter forms
box in water", Nature
(Research Highlight), July 2011.
respond to both light and heat", nanotechweb.org,
awards $25 million to UC Berkeley, Stanford to lower cost of solar
power", April 2011.
--- Javey joins ACS Nano as an Associate Editor, May 2011.
--- The group was awarded a Netexplorateur
the Year Award for the development of inorganic e-skin. The award
accepted by Rehan Kapadia on behalf of the group in a ceremony in
Long Good-bye", Technology Review,
III-V Transistors Onto Silicon",
IEEE Spectrum, Nov. 2010.
Develop Touch-Sensitive 'e-Skin'", Business Week, Sept. 2010.
Skin Sensitive to the Lightest Touch", IEEE Spectrum, Sept. 2010.
skins detect the gentlest touch",
Nature News, Sept. 2010.
touch for 'robot skin'", BBC News,
and Sensibility: Flexible Pressure Detectors Could Innervate Artificial
Skin", Scientific American,
Skin that Rivals the Real Thing", Technology
Review, Sept. 2010.
Skin Gets A Soft Touch", Chemical
Engineering & News, Sept. 2010.
with big aspirations", Innovations,
that Trap More Light", Technology
Review, July 2010.
nanopillars absorb more light", nanotechweb.org,
--- Congrats to Dr. Paul Leu for joining the faculty of the University
--- Congrats to Dr. Hyunhyub Ko for joining the faculty of Ulsan
National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), June 2010.
--- Professor Javey is selected to receive the 2010 IEEE Nanotechnology Early Career Award for
“creative research on nanomaterials and nanotechnologies for electronic
applications”, May 2010.
--- "Skip the hard cell:
Flexible solar power is on its way", New Scientist, April 2010.
--- "Producing graphene
layers using crytallization", PhysOrg, March 2010.
--- Prof. Javey wins a Sloan
Research Fellowship, Feb. 2010.
nanoneedles for anti-reflective coatings", nanotechweb.org, Feb.
nanowires get p-doped", nanotechweb.org, Jan. 2010.
--- Congrats to Dr. Zhiyong Fan for joining the faculty of the Hong
Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), ECE department,
forests make connections", nanotechweb.org, December 2009.
--- Prof. Javey wins a Mohr Davidow
Ventures (MDV) Innovators Award, December 2009.
--- Congrats to Dr. Johnny Ho, our first PhD student for joining the
faculty of City University of Hong Kong, Department of Physics and
Materials Science, November 2009.
--- Congrats to Dr. Zhiyong Fan and Rehan Kapadia (Flex-Solar Team)
for being named a winner of the Venture Lab
competition, October 2009.
--- Congrats to Dr. Zhiyong Fan for winning a best
talk/paper award at the BSAC IAB, Sept. 2009.
--- Prof. Javey is a winner of "2009
Young Innovators Under 35" (TR35) award by the Technology Review
magazine, August 2009.
--- "Nano connections",
Nature Materials, Research Highlights, July 2009.
Plug and play", Nature Nanotechnology, Research Highlights, July
Solar Cells: a new solar-cell design could cut costs and is suitable
for large-scale flexible panels," Technology Review, July 2009.
nanopillars make good photovoltaics," nanotechweb.org, July 2009.
Promise Cheap, Efficient, Flexible Solar Cells," LBNL News, July
Harness Nanotechnology to Help Make Cost-Efficient Solar Panels",
The Daily Californian, July 2009.
--- Congrats to Dr. Yu-Lun Chueh, a postdoc fellow in our group, for
joining the faculty of the Materials Science & Engineering
Department at National Tsing-Hua University (NTHU), June 2009.
--- Congrats to Johnny Ho, the first graduate student of our group,
for successfully completing his Ph.D. studies, May 2009. [pic 1], [pic 2]
--- Ali Rathore, an undergraduate member of the group, has won a
Schorlarship, April 2009.
forests get sticky", nanotechweb.org, April 2009.
--- Prof. Javey wins the 2009
National Academy of Sciences Award for Initiatives in Research,
--- Prof. Javey wins a NSF CAREER Award, December 2008.
--- "OFFICE HOURS: An
interview with EECS assistant professor Ali Javey", UC Berkeley
Engineering News, Nov. 2008.
--- "First All-Nanowire Sensor",
Technology Review, August 2008.
--- "A first in integrated
nanowire sensor circuitry", LBNL News, August 2008.
--- "Nanowire lawns make
for sheets of image sensors", New Scientist, August 2008.
--- Prof. Javey joins Berkeley
Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC) as a co-director effective July
--- Javey selected to
present his work at the National Academy of Engineering's 2008 U.S.
FRONTIERS OF ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM, June 2008.
--- Dr. Roie Yerushalmi, our first postdoctoral fellow, has joined the
faculty of Hebrew University, Department of Chemistry.
--- "Nanowires line
up for wafer-scale process", Nanotechweb, January 29, 2008
--- "Surface layers
allow accurate doping", Materials Today, December 18, 2007.
--- "Surface Chemistry: Determinisic
Doping", Nature Nanotechnology, Research Highlights, November, 2007.
--- "Nanoscale Doping Via Chemistry: Surface
reactions tailor silicon's properties with high spatial precision",
Chemical Engineering & News, 85(47), p.10, November 19, 2007.
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