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2007 Electronic Materials Conference

2007 ELECTRONIC MATERIALS CONFERENCE • June 20-22, 2007• University of Notre Dame • Indiana, USA

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PROGRAM-AT-A-GLANCE
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June 20 – Welcoming Reception

 

John Bardeen Award

Established in 1994, this award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions, and is a leader, in the electronic materials field.

2007 JOHN BARDEEN AWARD RECIPIENT

Jin SunghoSungho Jin
Sungho Jin is a professor at the University of California, San Diego. Prior to joining the university in 2002, where he currently serves as director of the materials science and engineering program, Dr. Jin performed research for Bell Labs for 26 years. He earned his doctorate in materials science and engineering form the University of California, Berkley.

Dr. Jin has contributed to the advancement of science and technology with world-class trend-setting research in the fields of electronic, magnetic, optical, superconducting, electronic packaging and bio materials. He has published more than 260 papers and is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the American Physical Society, a TMS Fellow, and a Fellow of the American Society for Metals as well as the recipient of the 2005 Nano 50 Award.

Citation:
For seminal contributions to the science and technology of electronic materials, from the invention of hard magnetic materials to the practical processing of high-temperature superconductors to the discovery of colossal magnetoresistance.

“It is a great honor to be selected as the recipient of the 2007 John Bardeen Award. This recognition means a lot to me. After spending almost three decades of my life working on electronic, magnetic and superconducting materials, receiving this prestigious award, named after the great scientist John Bardeen, is very rewarding and makes me happy.” – Sungho Jin

NOMINATIONS

Nominate Your Colleague for the TMS 2009 John Bardeen Award!
For award criteria and additional information or to download a nomination form, please visit the TMS Honors and Awards website. Nomination forms are also available at the EMC registration desk.

About John Bardeen
John Bardeen’s career of theoretical and experimental research set the foundation for the current state of understanding of electronic materials. Two areas in which Bardeen had great impact were the invention and development of the solid-state transistor and the theory that developed greater understanding of superconductivity.


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