Ubiquitous Smart Flexible Systems based on 2D Nanomaterials

Deji Akinwande

Deji Akinwande

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The University of Texas at Austin

Deji received a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in December 2009. Previously, he graduated with a B.S/M.S. combined degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from Case Western Reserve University. His master’s research involved the development and characterization of evanescent microwave probes for non-destructive imaging of materials. Afterwards, he gained experience designing and testing analog circuits from MHz to 110 GHz for network analyzer and signal generator instruments at Agilent Technologies in California. He subsequently worked at XtremeSpectrum, Freescale and Motorola on the modeling, design and testing of the first commercial 100 Mb/s ultra-wideband receiver chip.

His Ph.D thesis focused on the physics, chemistry, materials and electronic properties of carbon materials. He has published widely on carbon nanomaterials in a variety of disciplines including physics, chemistry, materials, and electrical engineering journals. He recently co-authored a textbook on carbon nanomaterials from Cambridge University Press in 2011. He joined UT Austin in January 2010. He is a member of IEEE, APS, ACS, and MRS societies.

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