Welcome to the Electron Devices Society
We will be hosting a special summer EDS talk on Friday, June 18th. Please join us at 12 pm to hear Professor Paul Simmonds' talk entitled "Tensile-strained self-assembly: Nanoscale stretching creates novel quantum materials". Paul Simmonds is an associate professor in both Physics and Materials Science at Boise State University. During his postdoctoral studies at Yale, Simmonds discovered that by using tensile strain it is possible to create III-V quantum dots on (110) and (111) surfaces, with implications for the fields of quantum information science and spintronics. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, winner of the2018 North American Molecular Beam Epitaxy Young Investigator award, and a National Science Foundation CAREER awardee.