Max Christian Lemme

Professor Max Lemme

Professor in Graphene-based Nanoelectronics

Education & Professional experience
M.S degree (Dipl.-Ing.), RWTH Aachen University, 1998
Ph.D Degree (Dr.-Ing.), RWTH Aachen University, 2004
Professor at University of Siegen, since 2012
Professor at KTH, since 2010

Research Fellow at Harvard University, Department of Physics Cambridge, USA (2008-2010)
Head of Technology Department, AMO GmbH, Aachen, Germany (2006-2008)
Group Manager Nanoelectronics, AMO GmbH, Aachen, Germany (2004-2006)

Research interests
Graphene Devices (electronic and optoelectronic), Nanoscale Silicon Devices, Semiconductor Technology.

Awards
2012: Heisenberg Professorship (DFG - German Research Foundation)
2012: ERC Starting Grant (European Research Council)
2007: Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
2006: NanoFutur-Award (Federal Ministry of Education and Research, BMBF, Germany)
2006: Senior Member IEEE
2004: Borchersplakette (RWTH-Aachen University for an excellent Dissertation)

Projects
GRADE (Graphene-based Devices and Circuits for RF Applications)
InteGraDe (Integrating Graphene Devices)
Guardian Angels for a Smarter Life

Teaches currently
Design and Characterisation of Nano- and Microdevices,  IH2655

Contact

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Interview from 2010

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