Eric M. Vogel, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, has been inducted into the North Carolina State University, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Hall of Fame. Vogel is a member of the 5th cohort of this award, with 9 members in this cohort and 86 members in total. This honor celebrates outstanding graduates who have used their education to excel in a profession, career, or service. Vogel received his Ph. D. degree in 1998 in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University.
In addition to his faculty position, Vogel holds several leadership roles at Georgia Tech. As Deputy Director of the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology since 2015, he is responsible for catalyzing large-scale, interdisciplinary research activities in the area of micro-/nano-electronics and photonics at GT. As Associate Director of the Institute for Materials since 2012, he founded and leads GT’s Materials Characterization Facility.
Vogel’s research group performs broad-based research regarding the synthesis, structure, properties and applications of various electronic materials and devices including electronic biosensors for point-of-care applications, devices based on two-dimensional materials such as graphene, and materials and devices for neuromorphic circuits. Dr. Vogel has authored over 200 peer-reviewed publications that have been cited over 10000 times.
Prior to joining Georgia Tech, he was Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas where he was also Associate Director of the Texas Analog Center of Excellence and led UTD’s portion of the Southwest Academy for Nanoelectronics. Prior to joining UTD in August of 2006, he was the leader of the CMOS and Novel Devices Group and founded the Nanofab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, for which he received a Department of Commerce Silver Medal.
-Christa M. Ernst