Vice President of Membership and Services
Merlyne de Souza
Chair in Microelectronics, EEE Department
I graduated with a BSc in Physics and Mathematics (1985) from the University of Mumbai, a BE. in Electronics and Communications Engineering (1988) from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and a PhD from the University of Cambridge (1994). I joined as a Junior Research fellow in ‘95, was promoted to a Senior Research fellow in ‘98 and was appointed Professor in Electronics and Materials at the Emerging Technologies Research Centre, De Montfort University in 2003. I joined the EEE department at Sheffield as Professor of Microelectronics in 2007. I work in multi-disciplinary research focused on the physics of devices, materials and their microelectronic applications in computing, communications and energy conversion.
Membership Committee Members
Manoj Saxena - Senior Member
University of Delhi
Manoj Saxena is an Associate Professor in Department of Electronics, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. He received B.Sc. (with honors), M. Sc., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Delhi in 1998, 2000, and 2006 respectively. He has authored or coauthored 210 technical papers in international journals and various international and national conferences. His current research interests are in the areas of analytical modeling, design, and simulation of Optically controlled MESFET/MOSFET, silicon-on-nothing, insulated-shallow-extension, grooved/concave-gate MOSFETs, cylindrical gate MOSFET and Tunnel FET. He is a reviewer to many journals including Solid State Electronics, Journal of Physics: D Applied Physics and IEEE TED and EDL. Manoj is a Senior Member of IEEE and also Member of Institute of Physics (UK), Institution of Engineering and Technology (UK), National Academy of Sciences India (NASI) and International Association of Engineers (Hong Kong). Currently, he is the Secretary of EDS Delhi Chapter. For his voluntary contribution, Manoj received the outstanding EDS Volunteer recognition from EDS Chapters in the region in 2012.
-Dielectric Pocket MOSFET: A Novel Device Architecture;
-Embedded Insulator based Novel Nanoscaled Novel MOSFET Structures Tunnel Field Effect Transistor and its Application as Highly Sensitive and Fast Biosensor
-Modeling and Simulation of Tunnel Field Effect Transistor Dual Material Junctionless Double Gate Transistor for Analog and Digital Performance
-Optimization of Asymmetric (Pi)π-Gate HEMT for Improved Reliability & Frequency Applications
Mike Schwarz - EDS Newsletter Regional Editor
Mike Schwarz (M'15-SM'18) received his Ph.D. with honors from the Universitate Rovira i Virgili on the subject of compact modeling of Schottky barrier multiple-gate FETs. He was the recipient of the Friedrich Dessauer Prize for the best diploma thesis about multiclass support vector machines in 2008, and the URV Graduated Student Meeting on Electronic Engineering Award for the best oral presentation for a paper about an analytical model for the electric field in Schottky barrier double-gate MOSFETs in 2010.
From 2013-2020 he was with the Robert Bosch GmbH, working with the RnD department on design, layout, modeling and process and device simulation of MEMS sensors and systems. From 2016-2020 he was lead of the diode design and process-/device simulation in the MEMS RnD department. In 2018 he became IEEE Senior Member. Since 2020 he is with the TH Mittelhessen - University of Applied Sciences as Professor for "Embedded Systems and Simulation.". His current research interests are Schottky barrier MOSFET devices, neuropmorphic devices, compact modeling and cryogenic applications.
Mayank Shrivastava - Compound Semiconductor Devices
Prof. Mayank Shrivastava is a faculty member at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and co-founder of AGNIT Semiconductors Pvt. Ltd. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (2010). For his PhD work, he received Excellence in Research award and the Industrial Impact award from IIT Bombay in 2010. He is among the first recipients of the Indian section of the American TR35 award (2010) and the first Indian to receive IEEE EDS Early Career Award (2015). He is the recipient of prestigious DST Swarnjayanti Fellowship (2021), Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National Fellowship from INAE-SERB (2021) and VASVIK award (2021). He has received several other national awards and honours of high repute, like the National Academy of Sciences, India, (NASI) Young Scientist Platinum Jubilee Award – 2018; Indian National Academy of Science (INSA) Young Scientist Award - 2018; Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) Innovator Entrepreneur Award 2018 (Special commendation); Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) Young Engineer Award - 2017; INAE Young Associate (since 2017); Indian Academy of Sciences (IASc), Young Associate, 2018 – 2023; Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Young Faculty Fellowship. Besides, he received best paper awards from several international conferences like Intel Corporation Asia academic forum, VLSI design Conference and EOSESD Symposium. Prof Shrivastava broadly works on applications of emerging materials like Gallium Nitride (GaN), atomically thin two-dimensional materials like Graphene and TMDCs, in electronic and electro-optic devices working closer to its fundamental limits (like the ability to handle extreme powers, ability to work at THz like ultra-high frequencies, or ability to compute information in unconventional ways). Currently, his group is developing few-atom thick devices & circuits, GaN-based ultra-high-power devices with high reliability, and devices/circuits for operation at THz frequencies. Besides, his group also works on developing novel ESD and High Voltage devices in advanced CMOS nodes. He had held visiting positions in Inﬁneon Technologies, Munich, Germany, from April 2008 to October 2008 and again in May 2010 to July 2010. He worked for Inﬁneon Technologies, East Fishkill, NY, USA; IBM Microelectronics, Burlington, VT, USA; Intel Mobile Communications, Hopewell Junction, NY, USA; Intel Corp, Mobile and Communications Group, Munich, Germany between 2010 and 2013. He joined the Indian Institute of Science as a faculty member in the year 2013. Prof Shrivastava’s work has resulted in over 180 peer-reviewed publications and 50 patents. Most of these patents are either licensed by semiconductor companies or are in use in their products.
-Atomic Orbital Overlap Engineering for 3D-2D Contacts & Record High-Performance 2D Transistors
Cary Y. Yang - Life Fellow
Cary Y. Yang received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. After working at M.I.T., NASA Ames Research Center, and Stanford University on electronic properties of nanostructure surfaces and interfaces, he founded Surface Analytic Research, a Silicon Valley company focusing on sponsored research projects covering various applications of surfaces and nanostructures. He joined Santa Clara University in 1983 and is currently Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of TENT Laboratory, a SCU facility located inside NASA Ames. He was the Founding Director of Microelectronics Laboratory and Center for Nanostructures, and served as Chair of Electrical Engineering and Associate Dean of Engineering at Santa Clara. His research spans from silicon-based nanoelectronics to nanostructure interfaces in electronic, biological, and energy-storage systems. An IEEE Life Fellow, he served as Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, President of the IEEE Electron Devices Society, and elected member of the IEEE Board of Directors. He was appointed Vice Chair of the IEEE Awards Board in 2013 and 2014. He received the 2004 IEEE Educational Activities Board Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education "for extensive and innovative contributions to the continuing education of working professionals in the field of micro/nanoelectronics," and the IEEE Electron Devices Society Distinguished Service Award in 2005. From 2008 to 2013, he held the Bao Yugang Chair Professorship at Zhejiang University in China.
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