A soft metal that melts at temperatures above 86°F, gallium is mainly used in semiconductors and blue LEDs. Join U.C. Davis professor Srabanti Chowdhury to explore gallium’s reputation as the “silicon” of next-generation electronics.
Srabanti Chowdhury is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Davis. As a professor and a technology enthusiast, Chowdhury enjoys doing research and teaching students about new technologies and how they impact our world. As a mom of a five-year-old, she’s getting good at juggling, metaphorically speaking.
In the spirit of amplifying the Black Lives Matter movement and to avoid any appearance of having appropriated that title, our series of talks formerly called Everything Matters: Tales from the Periodic Table will now be called, simply, Tales from the Periodic Table. Please excuse the former title on videos made in the past.