The methods in this talk are applicable to a spectrum of electronic materials.
Evan Reed is Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He received a B.S. in applied physics from Caltech (1998) and PhD. in physics from MIT (2003). In 2004, he was an E. O. Lawrence Fellow and staff scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory before moving to Stanford in 2010.
Evan Reed's group focuses on theory and modeling of nanoscale materials for electronics and energy applications, and materials at conditions of extreme temperatures, pressures, and fields. His work to date has focused on 2D materials, high pressure shock wave compression, THz radiation generation, phase change materials, materials informatics approaches, energetic materials, and photonic crystals.
He is the Charles Lee Powell faculty scholar in the School of Engineering. He has been a Robert Noyce Faculty Scholar within the Stanford University School of Engineering and a recipient of the DARPA Young Faculty Award, NSF CAREER Award, and Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award.
(Bio and photo from Prof. Reed's group website)