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.