Carbon-Based Electronics: A Nexus of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
by Paul Angiolillo, Ph.D.

At our spring meeting, we heard from Dr. Paul Angiolillo of St. Joseph's University about carbon-based electronics. Dr. Angiolillo's talk began with the Edison bulb, and worked through significant developments in electronics, including the vacuum tube, transistors, and carbon materials such as graphene and carbon nano-tubes as well as the technological developments these helped to develop. The talk ended with a glimpse of where carbon-based electronics can / will be taking us in the coming years.

Slides are shared with the permission of Dr. Angiolillo.

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