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Center for Advanced Materials

The Center for Advanced Materials (CAM) has become the focus of advanced materials synthesis and characterization at UMass Lowell. Founded in 1992, CAM is an association of scientists, engineers, and technicians encompassing a wide range of technical disciplines that overlap UMass Lowell's colleges of Sciences and Engineering.

Tripathy Endowed Memorial Lecture

Professor Shuji Nakamura will be the 2018 Tripathy Endowed Memorial Lecturer, and receiving and Honorary Degree from the Chancellor on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Dr. Shuji Nakamura obtained B.E., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tokushima. Professor Nakamura is widely recognized for developing the first III-nitride-based blue/green LEDs and III-nitride-based violet laser diodes. Dr. Nakamura joined the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1999. He is currently the Research Director of the Solid State Lighting & Energy Electronics Center and The Cree Professor in Solid State Lighting and Display. His research includes MOCVD growth and device fabrication of indium gallium nitride (InGaN) light-emitters. He received the 2006 Millennium Technology Prize for his invention of revolutionary new energy-saving light sources and the 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics for the invention of efficient blue LEDs, which have enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources.

2018 Tripathy Endowed Memorial LEcture & Honorary Degree Ceremony

Please join Chancellor Jacquie Moloney as she presents 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics Shuji Nakamura with an Honorary Degree during the 2018 Tripathy Endowed Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, April 11 in Moloney Hall at University Crossing.

RSVP: www.uml.edu/Research/CAM/Tripathy-Memorial/Lectures/


Nakamura is the Research Director of the Solid State Lighting & Energy Electronics Center and The Cree Professor in Solid State Lighting and Display, at the University of California Santa Barbara.  He received the 2006 Millennium Technology Prize for his invention of revolutionary new energy-saving light sources and the 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics for the invention of efficient blue LEDs, which have enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources.

Nakamura will deliver the Tripathy lecture on "Development of High Efficiency Blue In GaN LEDs and Laser Diodes" following the Honorary Degree Ceremony.

Learn more about Professor Shuji Nakamura's lecture “Development of High Efficiency Blue InGaN LEDs and Laser Diodes”.

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