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Michael Kozicki

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Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 5706

Michael Kozicki joined Arizona State University's School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering in 1985 from Hughes Microelectronics. He develops new materials, processes, and device structures for next generation integrated circuits and systems. He holds several dozen key patents in programmable metallization cell technology, in which solid electrolytes are used for the storage and control of information and for the manipulation of mass on the nanoscale. He has published extensively on solid-state electronics and has developed undergraduate and graduate courses in this area. He is also a founder of Axon Technologies, an ASU spin-off company involved in the development and licensing of solid-state ionic technologies, and is an honorary fellow of the University of Edinburgh.

  • Ph.D. Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University of Edinburgh, Scotland 1985
  • B.Sc. Electronics and Electrical Engineering, University of Edinburgh, Scotland 1980
Research Interests

Expertise: solid state memory and devices based on mass transport in solid electrolytes integrated/sold-state ionics low-energy non-volatile memories.

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