Professor in electrical engineering earns international award for study on hybrid quantum devices
Peng Li, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, with two co-collaborators, received the International Joint Award by the U.S. Air Force Science Lab Asian Office of Aerospace R&D and the National Research Foundation of South Korea.
The research award sponsored for their project “Engineering Exceptional Points in All-on-Chip Organic-Inorganic-Layered Hybrid Quantum Devices” comprises $290,000 for the U.S. principal investigators Peng Li and Wei Zhang, and ₩300,218,052, equal to $253,756, for the R.O.K. PI Tae Hee Kim.
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Submitted by: Joe McAdory