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Wolfgang Windl

Wolfgang Windl

Associate Professor
Ohio State University

Wolfgang Windl is Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University and works in the area of Computational Materials Science. Among others, his fields of expertise include radiation effects in materials, electronic devices, and process simulations for electronic and structural materials. Previously, he spent four years with Motorola, ending his tenure as Principal Staff Scientist in the Digital DNA Laboratories in Austin, TX, where he was working in the area of multiscale modeling of semiconductor processing. Before that, he held postdoctoral positions at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Arizona State University. He received his diploma and doctoral degree in physics from the University of Regensburg, Germany. Among others, he received 1998 and 1999 Patent and Licensing Awards from Los Alamos National Laboratory, the 2004 Nanotechnology Industrial Impact Award from the Nano Science and Technology Institute, and was in 2006 the first recipient of the Fraunhofer-Bessel Research Award for Applied Research, jointly awarded from the Fraunhofer Society and Humboldt Foundation in Germany. He has delivered more than 70 invited talks at conferences, workshops, and university colloquia and has been teaching numerous workshops and short courses on both sides of the Atlantic.

Speaking in the symposium on Nuclear Power Generation.

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