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Electrical & Computer Engineering Research

Solid-state electronics and quantum technologies

Solid-state electronics powers today’s information technology. Researchers in this area design and fabricate next-generation electronic devices and develop techniques for processing information using such devices. Current research topics include wide-bandgap semiconductor devices for power and high-speed radio-frequency devices, a wide range of semiconductors and their heterostructures for optoelectronics, flexible and printed electronics, bioelectronics, two-dimensional semiconductor devices, as well as micro- and nano-electromechanical devices and systems. ECE researchers in this area are also engaged in new cross-disciplinary efforts on campus in the emerging field of quantum science and engineering. Research is supported by state-of-art facilities for clean-room fabrication and characterization, which are operated by the Wisconsin Centers for Nanoscale Technology.

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