Welcome to the ISE lab at ASU

Our research team focuses on the fabrication, characterization, and modeling of advanced electronic technologies. We aim to develop novel devices and integrated circuits based on low-dimensional (2-D, 1-D) materials, to explore new functionalities emerging from their nanoscale properties, and to demonstrate their application to novel computing, sensing, and memory technologies. This includes the implementation of machine learning algorithms and the development of neuromorphic computing architectures using emerging nanotechnologies. Our research focus also includes the characterization and analysis of emerging and state-of-the-art commercial technologies in extreme environments (e.g., radiation and temperature effects) as well as their impact on performance, variability, and reliability of devices and integrated circuits.


  • Intel Rising Star Faculty
    Prof. Sanchez Esqueda has been named an Intel 2021 Rising Star Faculty Award recipient. Iā€™m honored and excited for this opportunity! – Ivan
  • Prof. Sanchez Esqueda IEEE Senior Member
    Prof. Sanchez Esqueda has been elevated to IEEE Senior Member.
  • New publication
    Congratulations to Mirembe on her paper accepted to Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/2634-4386/ac0242
  • Post-doc position opportunity
    Th ISE lab seeks a Post-Doctoral Research Associate to conduct research on electronic devices based on 2D layered materials. The successful candidate will have experience in the fabrication of high-quality electronic devices based on 2D […]
  • Join the ISE lab
    The ISE lab seeks highly qualified applicants for our PhD program. Outstanding applicants will be considered for Graduate Research Assistant positions. Applicants passionate about electrical engineering and applied physics with hands-on experience with device processing, […]