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R. Addou, L. Colombo, and R. M. Wallace, “Surface Defects on Natural MoS2,” ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces,7 (22), 11921 (2015)
Y.-C. Lin, R. Ghosh, R. Addou, N. Lu, S. Eichfeld, H. Zhu, M.-Y. Li, X. Peng, M. Kim, L.-J. Li, R. Wallace, S. Datta, and J. Robinson “Atomically Thin Resonant Tunnel Diodes built from Synthetic van der Waals Heterostructures,” Nature Communications, 6, 7311 (2015).
H. Zhu, S. McDonnell, X.Qin, A. Azcatl, L. Cheng, R. Addou, J. Kim, P. D. Ye and R. M. Wallace, "Al2O3 on Black Phosphorus by Atomic Layer Deposition: An in situ Interface Study," ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 7, 13038 (2015)
A. Dahal, R. Addou, A. Azcatl, H. Coy-Diaz, N. Lu, X. Peng, F. De Dios, J. Kim, M.J. Kim, R.M. Wallace, and M. Batzill, “Seeding Atomic Layer Deposition of Alumina on Graphene with Yttria,” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 7, 2082 (2015)
J. Robertson and R.M.Wallace, “High-K materials and metal gates for CMOS applications,” Materials Science and Engineering R, 88, 1-41 (2015)
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A University of Texas at Dallas team will play a key role in a new $15 million research project designed to enable manufacturing at an almost unimaginably small scale: one atom at a time.
“This breakthrough technology will make it possible to manufacture devices with atomic precision by exploiting our established ability to remove individual hydrogen atoms from a silicon surface using a scanning tunneling microscope,” said Robert Wallace, a professor of materials science and engineering in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas and a co-principal investigator in the project.
Funded for $1.8 million over the next four-and-a-half years, the UT Dallas team also includes Yves Chabal, head of the Jonsson School’s new Materials Science and Engineering Department and holder of the Texas Instruments Distinguished University Chair in Nanoelectronics, and K.J. Cho, an associate professor of materials science and engineering and physics.
Prof. Robert Wallace, Insulator Technology Pioneer, Honored for Sustained Excellence
Virtually every new semiconductor chip that’s manufactured in coming years will feature insulator technology co-invented by Robert Wallace, professor of electrical engineering and physics at the University of Texas at Dallas.
In recognition of his work, Wallace has been named a fellow of AVS – a professional society for researchers working on the science of materials, interfaces and processing.
The group, formerly known as the American Vacuum Society, elected him during the organization’s annual meeting last week. Honorees have made at least 10 years of sustained and outstanding technical contributions to materials science and related fields.
UT Dallas Professor Robert Wallace has been named an IEEE Fellow, one of the highest honors bestowed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
An authority on semiconductor materials and integration, Dr. Wallace is co-inventor of a widely used insulator technology that has played a significant part in enabling today’s semiconductor manufacturers to produce chips that are smaller and more energy-efficient than ever before. The technology, called “high-k dielectrics,” is now employed in the industry’s most advanced microprocessors.
A professor of materials science and engineering and electrical engineering at the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas, he is the 11th member of the school’s faculty to be named an IEEE fellow. It’s a designation that’s granted each year to a select group of IEEE members for accomplishments that “have contributed importantly to the advancement or application of engineering, science and technology,” according to IEEE.
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5,830,532 (1998): Method to Produce Ultrathin Porous Silicon-Oxide Layer S.Tang, R.M.Wallace, and Y.Wei
5,689,151 (1997): Anode plate for Flat Panel Display having integrated getter R.M.Wallace, J.M.Anthony, C.-C.Cho, B.E. Gnade
5,614,785 (1997): Anode plate for Flat Panel Display having silicon getter R.M.Wallace, B.E.Gnade and W.P.Kirk
5,610,438 (1997): Micro-mechanical device with non-evaporable getter R.M.Wallace and D.A.Webb
5,606,177 (1997): Silicon oxide resonant tunneling diode structure: R.M.Wallace and A. C. Seabaugh
5,523,878 (1996): Self-Assembled Monolayer Coating for Micro-Mechanical Devices: R.M.Wallace, D.A.Webb and B.E.Gnade
5,520,563 (1996): Method of making a field emission device anode having an integrated getter: R.M.Wallace, B.E. Gnade, C.C. Shen, J. D.Levine, and R.H. Taylor
5,512,374 (1996): PFPE Coatings for Micro-mechanical Devices R.M.Wallace, S.A.Henck and D.A.Webb
5,482,564 (1996): Method of Unsticking Components of Micro-mechanical Devices: M.A.Douglas and R.M.Wallace
5,453,659 (1995): Anode plate for Flat Panel Display having integrated getter R.M.Wallace, B.E. Gnade, C.C. Shen, J. D.Levine, and R.H. Taylor
5,352,330 (1994): Process for Producing Nanometer-Size Structures on Surfaces Using Electron Beam Induced Chemistry through Electron Stimulated Desorption: R.M.Wallace
5,316,793 (1994): Directed Effusive Beam Atomic Layer Epitaxy System and Method: R.M.Wallace and B.E.Gnade
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Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (Fellow)
ASTM Committee E-42 on Surface Analysis
Special Awards and Distinctions
(2014) Erik Jonsson School Distinguished Senior Research Contributions Award
(2011) IBM Faculty Award
(2009) Named Fellow of the IEEE “for contributions to high-k gate dielectric materials for integrated circuits”
(2007) Named Fellow of the AVS “for significant contributions to high-k dielectric materials research enabling the scaling of integrated circuit technology”
(2007) Best Paper Award, "Oxygen Species in HfO2 Films: An in Situ X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Study" by C. Driemeier, R. M. Wallace, and I.J. R. Baumvol, High Dielectric Constant Materials and Gate Stack Symposium, 212th Electrochemical Society Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Co-author of paper entitled “High-k Gate Dielectrics: Current Status and Materials Properties Considerations” (in the Journal of Applied Physics 89 (2001) 5243. (>3100 citations as of December 2010).
(2006) Selected as a high impact Applied Physics Review paper for the 75th Anniversary of the American Institute for Physics: http://jap.aip.org/09_10_09_75th_sample_articles
(2005) Recognized by the Semiconductor Research Corporation as the top ranked “influential research paper” for the semiconductor industry sponsored by the SRC based upon peer citations
(2003) Semiconductor Research Corporation Inventor Recognition Award
(2002) Elected to Senior Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(1998) ASTM E-42 Committee on Surface Analysis Service Award
(1996) Sr. Member, Technical Staff – Texas Instruments (limited to top 5% of technical staff)
(1988) Pittsburgh Crystal Growers Society Outstanding Researcher Award
(1982) University of Pittsburgh David Halliday Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Physics
Introduction to Nanoscience and Technology (NANO 3301)
Characterization and Nanotech Instrumentation (NANO 3302)
Introduction to Materials Science (MSEN 5100)
Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials (EE/MSEN 6324)
Fundamentals of Surface and Thin Film Analysis (MSEN 5360)
Quantum Mechanics for Materials Scientists (MSEN 6319)
Diffraction Science (MSEN 6362)
Silicon Surface Chemistry and Physics (at Texas Instruments)
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