Laszlo Kish Ph.D.
Dr. Kish is the author of 15 patents and disclosures and 220+ international publications, including: 40+ invited talks at international conferences and 3 reviews, as well as Editor and Co-Editor of 10 books/proceedings.Areas of Interest :
• Thermal noise driven computing.
• Totally Secure Non-Quantum Communication and Networks.
• Fluctuation-Enhanced Biological Sensing (SEPTIC).
• Fluctuation-Enhanced Chemical Sensing.
• Noise, Speed and Energy Dissipation in Micro and Nanoelectronics.
• Heat-Speed-Error issues; Moore's law and quantum computing
• Stochastic Resonance and its Neural and Nonlinear Signal Processing Aspects.
• Electronics, New Measuring Principles and New Sensors, Non-Invasive Probing.
• Noise, Quality, Ageing and Degradation of Films and Electronic Devices.
• The Constructive Role of Noise & Fluctuations.
Education• Doctoral Degree in Solid State Physics (Summa cum laude Outstanding), JATE, Hungary 1984; Physicist Diploma (MS Degree), Attila Jozsef University (JATE), Hungary, 1980.
Career Highlights• 4/1997 - 7/2001 Director of Research Group at Uppsala University, Ångström Lab, Solid State Physics Division, Uppsala, Sweden
• 1987-1997: Lecturer and Founder-Director of the Noise Research Laboratory at JATE University, Department of Experimental Physics, Szeged, Hungary
• 1982-1988: Assistant to Professor, JATE University, Department of Experimental Physics, Szeged, Hungary:
• 1980-1982: Supervisor of Electronic Development Lab, Csepel Iron and Metal Works, Technology Research Institute, Budapest, Hungary.
Awards• Recipient of the year 2001 Benzelius Prize of the Royal Society of Science of Sweden for his activities on chemical sensing.
• Doctor of Science (Physics), Hungarian Academy of Science, 2001.
• Docent in Solid State Physics (habilitation), Uppsala University, Sweden 1994.
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