Berger honored by IEEE Electron Devices Society

Posted: January 25, 2017

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Paul Berger
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For his ongoing work as a Distinguished Lecturer, the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) recently recognized Ohio State electrical and computer engineering (ECE) professor Paul Berger.

The professor has served as an EDS lecturer since 2011, and his areas of research focus on nanoelectronics, Si-based tunneling junctions, optoelectronic devices and integrated circuits, polymer-based photonics and electronics, as well as semiconductor materials.

Berger also holds a Courtesy Appointment via the Ohio State Department of Physics.

At Ohio State, the professor is the founder of the Nanoscale Patterning Laboratory and founder of the Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics Laboratory and the Polymer Device Laboratory. 

Berger is currently serving as a FiDiPro Professor and researcher at Tampere University of Technology, Finland. 

Recently, his work in organic photovoltaics was featured by The National, in an article detailing the push to make high efficiency solar power more financially viable