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SPRING 2007-2008 Seminar/Public Lecture Series
Topics in International Advanced Technology Research

 Novel Memory Technologies and their Applications

Thursdays, 4:15 - 5:30 pm, April 3 - May 29, 2008
Free to the Public
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium (Directions)
Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher at stanford.edu)

Schedule of Speakers

Available to Stanford students for one-unit credit as EE 402S
Syllabus


Broadcast live via SITN (Stanford Instructional Television Network)
Streaming videos available online to registered students via Stanford Online



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Schedule of Speakers

DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC

SLIDES

04/03 Dr. H. S. Philip Wong
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Emerging memories.
Abstract
Slides
04/10 Dr. Richard New
Director of Research
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
The future of magnetic recording technology
Abstract
Slides
04/17 Dr. Carlos A. de Paz Araujo
 Professor of Electrical Engineering,
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, and
Director, Symetrix Corporation
Ferro-electric memories 2008 To be uploaded
04/24 Dr. Duncan Stewart
Research Physicist,
Quantum Science Research Group,
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Electrons and Ions:
The Future of Nanoscale Electronics
Abstract
Slides
05/08 Dr. Kevin Curtis
 CTO, InPhase Technologies, Inc.
Novel Memory Technologies and Their
Applications
Slides
05/15 Prof. Tsu-Jae King Liu
Faculty Director,
UC Berkeley Microfabrication Lab
MEMS / NEMS for Nanomechanical Memory Slides
05/22 Dr. Stuart Parkin
IBM Fellow,
IBM Almaden Research Center
Spintronics for memory applications To be Uploaded
05/29 Dr. Gordon Knight
CEO, Nanochip Inc.
Ultra-high density memory:
the Nanochip
Abstract
To be Uploaded

 

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