Talk about Nanotechnology
This seems like a powerful team to work on the technology.
UTD snags prestigious researchers
If you get a chance check out the link below about these guys.
Would you agree they have a inside edge on Nanotechnology with this team arriving?
In one fell swoop, the University of Texas at Dallas recruited outstanding researchers in three of the vanguard fields of tomorrow. That qualifies as a coup.
They are Dr. Yves Chabal, Dr. Denise Cortis Park and Dr. Russell Hulse. Here's why they are so impressive:
Dr. Chabal is one of the world's foremost authorities on semiconductor surfaces and materials and the interfaces between them – areas that are central to developing microchips in the realm of nanotechnology.
Dr. Park, a leading scientist in the rapidly expanding field of cognitive research in the aging, will become the T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Chair in Clinical Brain Science in January.
Dr. Hulse, a co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize in physics, became Regental Professor and associate vice president for strategic initiatives at UTD on July 1.
University of Texas at Dallas