Investigators

Leading the MIND research are 19 principal investigators at four universities: University of Notre Dame, Penn State University, Purdue University, and University of Texas at Dallas.

MIND team photos, January 2012

University of Notre Dame

Gary Bernstein
Frank M. Freimann Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
Project publications

MIND project: Design and fabrication of energy efficient clocks for nanomagnet logic
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Gy├Ârgy Csaba
Research Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering

MIND project: Applications and architectures for nanomagnet logic
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MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
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Patrick Fay
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Director, Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-n tunnel field-effect transistors
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X. Sharon Hu
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Website

MIND project: Applications and architectures for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
Project publications

MIND project: Design and fabrication of energy efficient clocks for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
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Debdeep Jena
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Graphene nanoribbon tunnel field-effect transistors
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Peter Kogge
Ted H. McCourtney Professor, Computer Science and Engineering; Concurrent Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Applications and architectures for nanomagnet logic
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MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
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Tom Kosel
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering

MIND project: Heterojunction p-n tunnel field-effect transistors
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Joe Nahas
Adjunt Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Website

MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
Project publications

MIND project: Design and fabrication of energy efficient clocks for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
Project publications

 

Michael Niemier
Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Website

MIND project: Applications and architectures for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
Project publications

MIND project: Design and fabrication of energy efficient clocks for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
Project publications


Wolfgang Porod
Frank M. Freimann Professor, Electrical Engineering
Director, Notre Dame Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano)
Website

MIND project: Applications and architectures for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Designs and prototypes of nanomagnet logic circuits with reduced energy, latency, and area
Project publications

MIND project: Design and fabrication of energy efficient clocks for nanomagnet logic
Project publications

MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
Project publications


Alan Seabaugh
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Director, Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery (MIND)
Associate Director, Notre Dame Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano)
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-n tunnel field-effect transistors
Project publications

MIND project: Architectures and benchmarking of tunnel field-effect transistor and nanomagnet logic technologies
Project publications

 

Mark Wistey
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-n tunnel field-effect transistors
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H. Grace Xing
John Cardinal O'Hara, C.S.C. Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-n tunnel field-effect transistors
Project publications

MIND project: Graphene nanoribbon tunnel field-effect transistors
Project publications

 

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Penn State University

Suman Datta
Monkowski Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-i-n tunnel transistor logic and architectures
Project publications

MIND project: Nanofabrication platform for one-dimensional nanowire tunnel transistors
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Theresa Mayer
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Technical Director, Penn State Nanofabrication Laboratory
Director, Penn State Site of the National Science Foundation National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NSF-NNIN)
Website

MIND project: Nanofabrication platform for one-dimensional nanowire tunnel transistors
Project publications

MIND project: Heterojunction p-i-n tunnel transistor logic and architectures
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Vijaykrishnan Narayanan
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Website

MIND project: Heterojunction p-i-n tunnel transistor logic and architectures
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Purdue University

Gerhard Klimeck
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Director of Technologies, Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN)
Website

MIND project: Modeling and analysis of tunnel transistors with NEMO/OMEN
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University of Texas-Dallas

Jiyoung Kim
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering

MIND project: Characterization of tunnel field-effect transistor interfaces
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Robert Wallace
Louis A. Beecherl, Jr. Distinguished Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
Professor, Electrical Engineering, Physics
Website

MIND project: Characterization of tunnel field-effect transistor interfaces
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