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Functionalising surfaces with lasers may solve tech's thermal bottleneck

Craig Zuhlke (left), George Gogos (back) and doctoral student Graham Kaufman (front), pose with a Leybold ultra-high vacuum laser surface processing and materials analysis system

Craig Zuhlke (left), George Gogos (back) and doctoral student Graham Kaufman (front), pose with a Leybold ultra-high vacuum laser surface processing and materials analysis system (Images: Center for Electro-optics and Functionalized Surfaces (CEFS), University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Craig Zuhlke and George Gogos, directors of the Center for Electro-optics and Functionalized Surfaces, explain how their technique could improve heat management in electronics, plus what matters most to them when working with industry partners

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