News and Announcements from the VINO Group

    Farjana Passed PhD Qualifying Exam

    December 03, 2020

    Congratulations to Farjana for clearing the PhD Qualifying Exam.

    New Paper Published

    December 03, 2020

    Hamed's recent paper entitled "Self-focusing hybrid skyrmions in spatially varying canted ferromagnetic systems (link)" published in PRB.

    New Paper Published

    October 01, 2020

    Samiran's recent SPIE Proceedings paper entitled "Development of high-performance graphene-HgCdTe detector technology for Mid-wave Infrared Applications (link)" has been published.

    New Paper Published

    October 01, 2020

    Samiran's recent paper entitled "Extrinsic voltage control of effective carrier lifetime in polycrystalline PbSe mid-wave IR photodetectors for increased detectivity (link)" published in AIP Advances

    New Paper Published

    October 01, 2020

    Sheikh's recent paper entitled "Minimum-Energy Digital Computing with Steep Subthreshold Swing Tunnel FETs (link)" published in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.

    New Paper accepted

    September 08, 2020

    Hamed's recent paper entitled "Temporal Memory with Magnetic Racetracks" got accepted to publish in IEEE journal. 

    New Paper accepted

    June 29, 2019

    Yunkun's recent paper got accepted.  This research on Skyrmionns will improve memory at the nanoscale. 

    Mirza joined Intel as a Component Design Engineer

    June 27, 2019

    Mirza joined Intel as a Component Design Engineer.

    Yunkun joined Uber as a Software Engineer

    June 17, 2019

    Yunkun joined Uber as a Software Engineer.

    Testing MathJax

    June 07, 2019

    We do plenty of math, so I’d like to test out MathJax support.

    Here is an example of MathJax inline rendering -1/x^2. And here is a block rendering:


    Now, if we’d like to get serious, we’d do something involving multiline aligned equations, like


    or even an inline formula like 


    Or we could try defining a command, like this.

    Buffer slides off the sides of our tubes like H2o off a duck’s back.