Gizmodo reported that a research team at UB led by Jonathan Bird and researchers from the the University of Nebraska Lincoln teamed up in a new study, published in Advanced Materials, to design a more efficient, non-silicon transistor.
Power Systems Design reported that UB has been chosen by the Department of Defense (DoD) to lead a $7.5 million project that will develop new concepts to perform precision testing of the important qualities of semiconductor chips.
Medium wrote an article about a study published an article on how UB researchers led by Jonathan Bird paired a magnet with graphene, and induced what they describe as “artificial magnetic texture” in the nonmagnetic wonder material.
Futurity reported on new research that developed a “traffic light” that can bring quantum waves to a halt. The research was led by Jonathan Bird, professor and chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering, and Jong Han, professor of physics.