Ethan C. Ahn, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, MatE Graduate Advisor of Record, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ethan C. Ahn, Ph.D.



Introduction to Micro- and Nano-technology; Principles of Micro-fabrication; Fundamentals of Semiconductor Device Physics; Engineering Physics and Quantum Physics; Beyond-CMOS Electronics; Memory and Storage Devices Technology


Research Interests

Energy-efficient logic and memory devices for future data-centric computing paradigm; Carbon-based and other emerging nano-materials including carbon nanotube, graphene, GNR, and TMDs; Experimental and computational nano-device research focusing on electronic (electron)/thermal (phonon)/magnetic (spin) transport; Beyond-CMOS nanoelectronics including spintronics (spin + electronics, magneto-electronics), steep sub-threshold swing (sub-60 mV/dec) transistors, and energy-harvesting and -conversion materials and devices technology



Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2015


Sr. Pannel Process Engineer, Apple Inc., Cupertino, CA (2016)
Post-doctoral Researcher, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (2015-2016)
Summer Research Interns, IMEC (Belgium), SAIT (Korea), IBM T. J. Watson (Yorktown Heights, NY) (2011, 2012, 2013)
Research Scientist, KIST, Seoul, Korea (2007-2010)

Honors and Awards


Grants, Patents and Clinical Trials