Development of Electrical Engineering components and where it is headed | H.-S. Philip Wong, Willard R and Inez Kerr Bell Professor, Stanford University


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We have come a long way from when carbon energy was discovered by various scientists to actually using carbonyl technology. Electrical engineering has evolved a lot in the past 50 years, and we still do not know what inventions will change the course of the industry. From the history of Electrical Engineering to what the future has in hold for us, today we talk about the experience and the amazing work Mr. Philip Wong has done in the industry.

About H.-S. Philip Wong

  • H.-S. Philip Wong is the Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University.
  • He is the founding faculty co-director of the Stanford SystemX Alliance.
  • Director of the Stanford Nanofabrication Facility and Researcher.
  • Leadership positions at major multi-university research centers of the National Science Foundation and the Semiconductor Research Corporation.
  • Contributed to advanced semiconductor device concepts and their implementation in semiconductor technology.
  • His work elucidated the design principles and demonstrated the first nanosheet transistor; Known for his work on carbon nanotube (CNT) electronic
  • Early proponent of phase change memory and metal oxide resistive switching memory RRAM.
  • Fellow of the IEEE; received the IEEE Electron Devices Society, J.J. Ebers Award; IEEE Andrew S. Grove Award recipient.
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