The George Tulevski talk about nanotechnology explores the potential of nanoparticles in computing. His research, as discussed in the George Tulevski talk, focuses on using carbon nanotubes to innovate in the area of microchip design.
Currently employed at the IBM TJ Watson Research Laboratory as a Research Staff Member, the materials scientist works with the carbon nanoelectrics research group. At IBM, he has been honored with numerous technical awards. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University, focusing on teaching emerging nanoelectric devices. The speaker is the co-author of more than 40 journal publications and 30 patents. He was educated at Columbia University as well, earning his PhD in Chemistry.