IEEE NSW Section Electron Devices Society Chapter


The IEEE Electron Device Society (EDS) NSW Chapter is officially established on 1st January 2020. The newly formed chapter will carry on the regional interests in the field of electron and ion based devices, leveraging the resources among academia and industry by sponsoring and reporting on education, research and semiconductor material/device fabrication. The community involves a wide range of interests in electron device science, theory, modelling, design, fabrication, measurement, engineering and the associated possible applications.   

2022 NSW Chapter Committee

Chair – Bram Hoex

Vice Chair – Yang Yang

Secretary – Sourabh Khandelwal

Treasurer – Dinuka Kudavithana

Past Chair – Francesca Iacopi

2021 NSW Chapter Committee

Chair – Francesca Iacopi

Vice Chair – Bram Hoex

Secretary – Dinuka Kudavithana

Treasurer – Yang Yang

The EDS committee in 2021. (from Left) Treasurer – Dr. Yang Yang, Vice-Chair – Prof. Bram Hoex, Chair – Prof. Francesca lacopi and Secretary – Dr. Dinuka Kudavithana

2020 NSW Chapter Committee (Inaugural Committee)

Chair – Francesca Iacopi

Vice Chair – Alison Lennon

Secretary – Tara Hamilton

Treasurer – Yang Yang

Inaugural Committee
(From left to right: Dr Yang Yang, A/Prof. Tara Hamilton, Prof. Francesca Iacopi, Prof. Alison Lennon)

Up Coming Events

  • 2021 IEEE EDS BoG meeting and Chapter MQ is expected to be held in Sydney in June 2021, pending Covid-19 evolution. We will confirm as the dates approach.

Past Events

  • Webinar conjoint with the EDS Electronic Materials Committee, “Liquid metals for electronics” by Prof.Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh, 30th July 2020 (recording on NSW Section YouTube Channel)
  • Chapter Inaugural Event, “What comes after CMOS?”, by Dr.Paolo Gargini (IRDS), Prof.Michelle Simmons, Prof. Michael Fuhrer, 5th June 2020 (recording on NSW Section YouTube Channel)
  • Webinar by EDS, Distinguished Lecturer Prof Patrick Fay “Advances in III-N Devices for 5G and Beyond”, 22nd May 2020
  • First AGM on 20 Nov. 2019