Posted on: September 24, 2016 Posted by: Tomas Barraza Comments: 0

Presenting at Duke ECE Graduate Workshop

This past Friday the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Duke hosted their annual ECE Graduate Workshop. I had the opportunity to present some of our my early research and the direction I am taking going forward.

My poster “RIR-MAPLE: Enabling Room-Temperature Mid-Infrared Detection Through Intraband Transitions” outlined the motivation behind my next research project and outlined the first set of experiments I am planning on doing.

On top of having the chance to be exposed to all the new research being performed throughout the three concentration areas of the department, it provided a new test on what’s required to explain our research and motivations to those outside our field.