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Dec 5

Controlling Cellular Response

Marcella Gomez
Assistant Professor

Abstract: Natural systems exhibit tight gene regulation and robust cellular response in spite of inherent stochasticity and delays. However, the inherent variability of nature and our lack of understanding of the evolved regulation mechanisms makes it difficult to elicit predictable and consistent... Read More

Dec 2

Advancement: Phase-field modeling of resistive switching in two-terminal dielectric thin-film

Foroozan S. Koushan
Ph.D. Student

Abstract:  Emerging solid-state non-linear devices that directly emulate a range of synaptic activities occurring in biological systems play a key role in artificial neural networks. A large number of experimental studies suggest two-terminal resistive switching devices made of a dielectric... Read More

Dec 2

ECE Seminar: Broadband Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy- The “Swiss Army Knife” for Understanding Spin-Orbit Phenomena

Justin M. Shaw
Scientist

Abstract: Modern spin-based technologies rely on multiple, simultaneous phenomena that originate from the spin-orbit interaction in magnetic systems. These include damping, magnetic anisotropy, orbital moments, and spin-orbit torques that are manifested in the spin-Hall and Rashba-Edelstein... Read More

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