Phase change memory materials are some of the marvelous works in the research field of electronics. They store information through their reversible transitions between crystalline and amorphous states. For typical metal chalcogenide compounds, their phase transition properties directly impact critical memory characteristics and the manipulation of these is a major focus in the research field. IEEE WIE Affinity Group, Student Branch, University of Dhaka (IEEE WIE AG SB DU) is proud to present a webinar on “Nanoscale Phase Change Memory Devices” on January 19, 2021 (Tuesday) at 7:00pm (BST) via Zoom online video conference platform and Facebook live.
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Meeting ID: 684 6990 6405
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
North South University
Dr. Nafisa Noor received the B.S. degree in the department of electrical and electronic engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh in June 2007. She started working as a system engineer at a leading telecommunication operator company Grameenphone Ltd. in Dhaka, Bangladesh from June 2007. She then switched to academia and joined the Electrical and Electronic Engineering department at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) in Dhaka, Bangladesh as a Lecturer in October 2008. She moved to USA to pursue the graduate studies. She obtained the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA in March 2019. Currently she is working as an Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the North South University in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Dr. Noor has numerous peer-reviewed journal and conference publications along with invited book chapters. She has received best paper awards in the 19th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE-NANO 2019) and the International Semiconductor Device Research Symposium (ISDRS 2016). She has also received the prestigious General Electric (GE) Fellowship and other honorable departmental and institutional fellowships during her graduate studies in USA. Her research interest includes the applications of semiconductor electronic nanodevices and nanomaterials in the hardware security field. Her works include the phase change memory nanodevices and ZnO nanomaterials. She has expertise on nanomaterial synthesis and various types of electrical, optical, and material characterization techniques and electron microscopy imaging tools.