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With the increasing demand for high-tech devices such as smart phones, wearable watches and portable health monitoring devices, the semiconductor manufacturing industry faces a big challenge of fabricating these devices in a sustainable and cost-effective way.

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Professor Islam will become the next Statutory Chair in Materials Modelling. He will take up his appointment in January 2022.