National Semiconductor Distinguished Professor of Engineering
Associate Dean for Research
Office: 510 Sutardja Dai Hall
Email: jbokor AT eecs DOT berkeley DOT edu
Prof Bokor's Website
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Zafer Mutlu is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on the bottom-up synthesis of graphene nanoribbons and their electronic device applications.
He received his doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California, Riverside. His doctoral research was on the synthesis, phase engineering and fundamental understanding of two-dimensional materials.
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Akshay completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from UCB under the supervision of Prof. Bokor. His research work is focused on ultrafast all-optical and on-chip picosecond electrical switching of magnetic films and nano-devices for energy efficient and faster memory applications.
Hanuman Singh Bana
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Hanuman completed his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) in 2018. His PhD research was focused on synchronization of spin torque nano oscillators with magnetic field feedback.
After his PhD, Hanuman joined the Bokor group at UC Berkeley. His current research project focuses on the study of electric-field control of magnetization in multiferroic heterostructures. He is also investigating field-free switching of spin orbit torque (SOT) based devices.
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Sucheta completed her PhD in Condensed Matter Physics and Material Sciences from SNBNCBS, Kolkata (India) in 2019. Her doctoral research work was based on ultrafast magnetization dynamics in magnetic thin films, heterostructure and nanostructures.
At Berkeley, her research mainly focuses on ultrafast dynamics in advanced spintronic devices. She is currently working on antiferromagnetic spintronics. Antiferromagnetic system offers faster and energy efficient magnetic switching and is considered as a potential candidate for next generation magnetic data storage technology. Probing the ultrafast dynamics of antiferromagnets by means of electrical and optical techniques is the initial aim of this project.
Yuxuan "Cosmi" Lin
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Cosmi received his M.S. and PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) after he completed his B.S. degree in Microelectronics from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. His doctoral research was development of new material synthesis and characterization tools, as well as their electronic and optoelectronic device applications of two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures.
His current research is focused on synthesis and electronic devices of bottom-up graphene nanoribbons.
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Debanjan received his Ph.D. in 2017 from SNBNCS (Kolkata), where he worked on THz spectroscopy of different types of carbon nanotubes and metallic nanostructures. Then he joined Stockholm University for his post-doctoral research where he studied ultrafast magnetization dynamics of magnetic thin films initiated with NIR and THz excitation. He also used COMSOL to simulate THz meta-material structures to enhance THz magnetic fields in near-field geometry.
At UC Berkeley, he is studying in the ultrafast switching in magnetic materials using ~fs optical pulse and ~ps electrical pulse. He is also involved in microscopic simulation of all-optical helicity independent switching in Ferrimagnet and RKKY exchange coupled ferromagnets. He is also interested in COMSOL simulation of ultrafast current propagation through waveguides and strip-lines.
Jonathan Tyler Reichanadter
Graduate student, EECS
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Undergraduate student, University of California, Berkeley
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Undergraduate EECS student, University of California, Berkeley
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Undergraduate CE student, College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
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Research Scientist, IPMS, Germany
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Juan Pablo "JP" Linas
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Assistant Professor at Seoul National University, South Korea
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Postdoctoral researcher at University of the Basque Country, Spain
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Assistant Professor at Cornell University, USA
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Roberto Lo Conte
Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Hamburg and LBNL, Berkeley, USA
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Postdoctoral Researcher at UC Berkeley, USA
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Postdoctoral Researcher at Rutgers University, USA
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CNRS Scientist at the Institut Jean Lamour, France
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