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KEYNOTE: The Present, Practice, and Future of Quantum Technology

Presentation will begin: Monday, January 10, 2022 - 11:00 AM EST
Presented by: Manijeh Razeghi, Northwestern University

This presentation provides an overview on the mechanics underlying quantum technology, surveys the This presentation provides an overview on the mechanics underlying quantum technology, surveys the state of the art for quantum applications, and explores where the technology is headed next.state of the art for quantum applications, and explores where the technology is headed next.


About the presenter
Manijeh RazeghiManijeh Razeghi, Ph.D., is one of the leading researchers in the field of optoelectronics. Her areas of expertise are in the growth and characterization techniques for III-V and II-VI semiconductor heterojunction multiple quantum well devices and superlattices for photonic and electronic devices. She was responsible for the design and implementation of epitaxial growth techniques such as metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD), vapor phase epitaxy (VPE), molecular-beam epitaxy (MBE) and metalorganic molecular beam epitaxy (MOMBE), as well as optical, electrical, and structural characterization of the semiconductor multilayers. She has developed semiconductors, advanced photonic and electronic devices such as lasers, photodetectors, and transistors that are used in fiber-optical communication.

Razeghi joined the faculty of Northwestern University as the Walter P. Murphy Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Fall 1991. She was also named to direct the new Center for Quantum Devices. She holds 50 patents and was awarded the prestigious IBM Europe Science and Technology Prize in 1987. She received the 1995 Achievement Award from the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). She is the author of The MOCVD Challenge: Vol 1 (1989) and Vol. 2 (1995) and co-author of several other books as well as author and co-author of more than 700 papers. She has chaired international conferences on the physical concepts of materials for optoelectronic devices applications. She is the co-editor of the Journal of Applied Physics A, associate editor of the Opto-Electronics Review (Poland), and a member of the editorial board of Semiconductor Science and Technology, the Journal of Optoelectronics, and the SPIE Press Editorial Advisory Board.




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