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CCMR Symposium

CCMR Symposium is an annual event that coalesces faculty, staff, other materials experts, and industry to showcase CCMR research and emerging technology and to highlight commercial application(s) in the year’s featured field.


REGISTER NOW: August 16, 2024

The 2024 CCMR Symposium, “Hybrid Superconductivity” will be held on August 16, 2024 at the NEW Ithaca Downtown Conference Center. There will be accommodations available through reserved room blocks at a special rate as well as attached parking. More details coming soon.


Featured Speaker:

Prof. Philip Kim, Professor of Physics and of Applied Physics, Department of Physics, Harvard University

“Engineered Hybrid Superconductivity in Low Dimensional Materials”

 

Professor Philip Kim received his B.S in physics at Seoul National University in 1990 and received his Ph. D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University in 1999. He was Miller Postdoctoral Fellow in Physics from University of California, Berkeley during 1999-2001. He then joined in Department of Physics at Columbia University as a faculty member during 2002-2014. Currently, he is Professor of Physics and Professor Applied Physics at Harvard University. The focus of Prof. Kim’s research is the mesoscopic investigation of transport phenomena, particularly, electric, thermal and thermoelectrical properties of low dimensional nanoscale materials. Professor Kim received numerous honors and award including Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics (2023) and Oliver E. Buckley Prize, American Physical Society (2014). He is Elected member of the National Science of Academy, the American Academy of Arts and Science, and Fellow of American Physical Society. He graduated 21 PhD students and trained 32 postdoctoral fellows and published more than 250 papers until now.


Other Speakers:

Charlotte Bøttcher, Assistant Professor of Applied Physics, Stanford University

Kin Chung Fong, Senior Scientist, Raytheon BBN Technology

Peter Krogstrup, Professor and Executive Director, NNF Quantum Computing Programme, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen and CEO, Quantum Foundry

Prineha Narang, Howard Reiss Chair and Professor, Physical Sciences and Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) and Founder/CTO, Aliro

Shyam Shankar, Assistant Professor and Texas ECE Early Career Fellow, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin


Symposium Co-Chair: Prof. Valla Fatemi, Assistant Professor, Aref and Manon Lahham Faculty Fellow, School of Applied and Engineering Physics, College of Engineering, Cornell University

Symposium Co-Chair: Prof. Katja Nowack, Associate Professor, Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics, Department of Physics, College of Arts & Sciences, Cornell University

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