Professor in electrical engineering earns international award for study on hybrid quantum devices

Published: November 17, 2021

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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