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Zachary Holman, Arizona State University. Episode 6

The Role of the Academy

How does university driven R&D advance semiconductor technology and how can we fuel its impact?

Guest(s):
  • Prof. Zachary Holman
  • Professor, Arizona State University
Aired: June 7, 2021

In episode 6, Prof. Zak Holman from Arizona State University joins Dr. Nadia Schadlow and Pavneet Singh to pose questions and unpack the challenges and opportunities in the University setting for discovering future semiconductor technologies. Where is the Academy in uncovering future materials and processes for semiconductor technology? What does University need from Government and Industry to make their work more fruitful? What are the gaps in STEM talent or federal funding that can be alleviated? How should we create safe and productive collaborative environments with international partners? Listen in to hear these answers and more.