Bo Wen joined IBM Research as a research staff member in 2016. His current research involves intergration of microelectronics and systems, and development of miniaturized electronic wearables for healthcare applications.
Prior joining IBM, Bo worked on high mobility hBN-encapsulated graphene and superconducting proximity effect while setting up the Nanoelectronics Lab for Prof. Cory Dean during his postdoc in Columbia University. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from City University of New York in 2013, with a material science thesis study on single molecule magnet under Distinguished Professor Myriam Sarachik.
Bo has a wide range of skillsets in both hardware and software development. He believes that the combination of two is the key for business successfulness in current era.