Eric Vogel

Eric Vogel

Eric Vogel

Professor

School of Materials Science and Engineering

Eric Vogel
Professor
School of Materials Science and Engineering
Areas of Expertise: 
devices and materials for future electronics including advanced MOS devices and materials and nanoelectronic devices
While the combination of conventional integrated circuits with everyday materials will continue to evolve the Internet of Things, the true revolution will occur when the fabrication process for everyday materials directly embeds intelligence. For example, the paper making process may include coatings of 2D electronic materials with sensors and communication devices; textile fibers may be embedded with nanotube and nanowire solar cells and batteries. There will no longer be separate fabrication processes for integrated circuits.”

Eric M. Vogel is currently Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT). Prior to joining GIT in August 2011, he was Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) where he was also Associate Director of the Texas Analog Center of Excellence and led UTD’s portion of the Southwest Academy for Nanoelectronics. Prior to joining UTD in August of 2006, he was leader of the CMOS and Novel Devices Group and founded the Nanofab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He received the Ph. D. degree in 1998 in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University and the B. S. degree in 1994 in electrical engineering from Penn State University. Dr. Vogel’s research interests relate to devices and materials for future electronics including advanced MOS devices and materials and nanoelectronic devices. He has published over 110 journal publications and proceedings, written 4 book chapters and given over 50 invited talks and tutorials.