|Name||Jean Anne Incorvia|
|Role||Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department|
|Institution||University of Texas at Austin|
|Contact||incorvia [at] austin.utexas.edu|
|Key Words / Areas of Interest||Neuromorphic computing, spintronics, 2D materials, nanotechnology, magnetic devices, memory, in-memory computing, novel computing with emerging materials|
|Expertise Sought||I am looking for theorists in spintronics, density functional theory, device physics, and related areas to complement my experimental program. I am looking for collaborators to apply to the Advanced Computing and/or Nano Materials for New Markets categories.|
Jean Anne C. Incorvia has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin since 2017. Dr. Incorvia works on developing nanodevices for the future of computing using emerging physics and materials. This has included research in spintronics, the intersection of 2D materials and spintronics, neuromorphic computing, and using low-dimensional materials for interconnects and transistors. Dr. Incorvia received a Ph.D. in physics from Harvard University in 2015, cross-registered at MIT, where she was a Department of Energy Graduate Student Fellow. From 2015-2017 she completed a postdoc at Stanford University in the department of electrical engineering, working in nanoelectronics. She received her bachelor’s in physics from UC Berkeley in 2008.