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Prof. Zhao Weisheng Elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Spintronic Integrated Circuit Design

Release time:November 26, 2018 / Lyu Xingyun

Prof. Zhao Weisheng has been named an IEEE Fellow, Class of 2019, “for contributions to spintronic integrated circuit design.”

Prof. Zhao Weisheng received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Paris-Sud in 2007 and was nominated as tenured research scientist at CNRS in France in 2009. In 2013, He jointed Beihang University. He is currently deputy vice-dean of the School of Microelectronics at Beihang University, he is also the director of Fert Beijing Research Institute and Beihang-Goertek Joint Microelectronics Institute. He built the Beihang-UCLA joint laboratory for spintronics in 2016 and the Beihang-Stanford joint laboratory for spintronics in 2017. He designed magnetic skyrmion racetrack memory and neuromorphic devices utilizing voltage controlled magnetic anisotropy, and built the open-sourcing model base for spintronics SPINLIB. He also verified the field-free switching of a perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction through the interplay of spin–orbit and spin-transfer torque (the article was published in Nature Electronics online two weeks ago).

Currently, Prof. Zhao Weisheng is in charge of a number of major projects, e.g., the National Major Scientific Research Instruments and Equipments Development Project of NSFC, the intellectual introduction base program ("111 Program") of the Ministry of Education, and the Beijing Science and Technology Planning Project. He serves in the editorial board of several SCI journals, including IEEE Trans. Circuits Syst. I: Reg. Papers, IEEE Trans. on Nanotech and IET Electronic Letters. He has published over 200 papers as the first or the corresponding author in top publications like Nature Electronics and Proceeding of the IEEE.

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is the world’s leading professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence forhumanity. The IEEE Grade of Fellow is one of the most prestigious honors of the IEEE, and is conferred upon a very limited number of Senior Members who have outstanding record of contributions in any of the IEEE fields of interest. The number of IEEE Fellows selected in a year is no more than one-tenth of one-percent of the total voting membership. Prof. Zhao Weisheng is one of the young scientists under the age of 40 elected the IEEE Fellow (no more than 10 people in the world every year).

 

Reported by Shao Lin

Reviewed by Liang Enhe

Edited by Jia Aiping and Lyu Xingyun

Translated by Lyu Xingyun