The EDS Germany Chapter and NanoP proudly presents Sorin Cristoloveanu from IMEP-LAHC, France for a Distinguished Lecture on “Revolutionary nano-devices with electrostatic doping”. The lecture will be held on 25th October 2021 at 4pm Berlin time. Interest participants please register via IEEE vTools by the following link:

Biography Sorin Cristoloveanu:
Sorin Cristoloveanu received the PhD (1976) in Electronics and the French Doctoratès-Sciences in Physics (1981) from Grenoble Polytechnic Institute, France. He is currently Emeritus Director of Research CNRS. He also worked at JPL (Pasadena), Motorola (Phoenix), and the Universities of Maryland, Florida, Vanderbilt, Western Australia, Kyungpook (World Class University project, Korea), and Nanjing, China. He served as the director of the LPCS Laboratory and the Center for Advanced Projects in Microelectronics, initial seed of Minatec center.

He authored more than 1,100 technical journal papers and communications at international conferences (including 170 invited contributions). He is the author or the editor of 36 books, and he has organized 35 international conferences. His expertise is in the area of the electrical characterization and modeling of semiconductor materials and devices, with special interest for silicon-on-insulator structures. He has supervised more than 110 PhD completions. With his students, he has received 17 Best Paper Awards, an Academy of Science Award (1995), and the Electronics Division Award of the Electrochemical Society (2002). He is a Life Fellow of IEEE, a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society, Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Granada, and Editor of Solid-State Electronics. He is the recipient of the IEEE Andy Grove award 2017, the most prestigious distinction in the field of electronic components, for contributions to ‘silicon-on-insulator technology and thin body devices’. This is actually the topic of his recent book