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Eric M. Vogel

Deputy Director, Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, Associate Director, Shared Resources of the Institute for Materials

Eric Vogel

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 his Ph. D. degree in 1998 in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University and his B. S. degree in 1994 in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.

Professor Vogel’s research interests relate to materials and devices for future micro-/nano-electronics. He has published over 150 journal publications and proceedings, written 6 book chapters and given over 75 invited talks and tutorials.


Extra Links

Dr. Eric Vogel talks transistors — the original nanotechnology — and what these super
tiny switches can teach us about future nanotechnologies on the Nanovation podcast.


Research Areas of Interest:

  • Functional electronic and optical materials
  • Ceramics
  • Nanostructures
  • Metals

 

Awards and Distinctions: 
  • U.S. Dept. of Commerce Silver Medal “For developing a vision, strategy, fit-up, fabrication processes, policies, protocols, and a safety program for the NIST AML Nanofab,” 2006, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Deputy Director, Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology
  • Faculty, School of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Adjunct Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Contact
404.385.7235
Education:
PhD: 
Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1998
Masters: 
Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1996
Bachelors: 
Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1994