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Tamalika Banerjee Senior Member IEEE

29 September 2017
Prof. Tamalika Banerjee
Prof. Tamalika Banerjee

Tamalika Banerjee, Professor Spintronics of Functional Materials, has been elevated to senior member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). The IEEE describes itself as "the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity". The IEEE has more than 420000 members working on world-changing technologies. Senior member is the highest professional grade of the IEEE for which a member may apply. According to the awarding letter this requires experience and reflects professional accomplishment and maturity. Congratulations Tamalika!

Tamalika Banerjee (right) and PhD student Erik de Vries (upcoming PhD defense, November 24th 2017) check the latest results on the lab.
Tamalika Banerjee (right) and PhD student Erik de Vries (upcoming PhD defense, November 24th 2017) check the latest results on the lab.
Last modified:02 October 2017 1.24 p.m.

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