Professor of Electrical Engineering
Areas of Expertise
Nanoelectronics, computer devices and circuits
Seabaugh researches new devices and circuits enabled by engineering at the nanoscale. Of particular interest are high speed and low power transistors, tunneling devices, tunnel diode/transistor circuits and nanomechanical devices. These devices are based on various materials systems including indium arsenide, indium phosphide, gallium nitride, silicon and germanium. Seabaugh also serves as director of the Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery (MIND), a research consortium led by Notre Dame and designed to discover and develop the next nanoscale logic device, which will be the building block for future computers. He also is assistant director of the Notre Dame Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano), which focuses on energy harvesting technologies, new materials and nanostructures, nano-bio electronics, and the physical limits to computation.
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Social-cultural anthropology, international migration, pluralism, European societies
International trade and finance, U.S and international economy
Economics of the family, economic demography, health economics
International relations, international security, political theory and international relations, and American foreign and defense policies.
Death penalty, free speech, school choice, Catholic social thought, church/state relations, religion in the public square, free exercise of religion, federalism and criminal law, Supreme Court, criminal defense, religious liberty, education reform
International criminal law, complex criminal litigation, terrorism, terrorist financing, anti-money laundering, organized crime
Management psychology, leadership personality, moods, emotions, and career and life success
New Testament Interpretation, Early Christian Martyrdom, Resurrection and Afterlife, Constructions of Disease and Disability in the Bible, Early Christian Origins.
Warfare, anthropology of war and peace, epicenters of conflict and peacebuilding, transnational crime, globalization, gender, culture theory
International law, international legal regulation of the use of force, conflict and dispute resolution