Dr. Dmitri Litvinov to Address Alumni During Networking Breakfast
The Bauer College Alumni Association (BCAA) will host the final monthly networking breakfast series of the fall semester on Nov. 21 at 7 a.m. with Dr. Dmitri Litvinov, the director of the Center for Integrated Bio and Nano Systems and interim vice provost and dean of the University of Houston Graduate School.
BCAA hosts networking breakfast events for alumni to network and hear from Houston’s top professionals during the months of October and November at the Houston City Club.
Nov. 21, 2013
Dr. Dmitri Litvinov
Director of the Center for Integrated Bio and Nano Systems
Interim Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School
University of Houston
Dr. Dmitri Litvinov is the director of the Center for Integrated Bio and Nano Systems at the University of Houston and interim vice provost and dean of the Graduate School. He is also a professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, and Chemistry. Prior to joining academia in 2003, Litvinov worked for Seagate Technology (1999-2003). During his tenure at Seagate, he was presented with 30 Technological Achievement Awards.
Litvinov is an inventor/co-inventor on 25 utility patents. His work has been published more than 100 times in peer-reviewed journals, he has co-authored a textbook on magnetic recording and has contributed several book chapters and review articles. Litvinov has served as an associate editor for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Transactions on Nanotechnology, he is an AdCom member of the IEEE Magnetics Society, an AdCom member of IEEE Nanotechnology Council, and an associate member of Information Storage Industry Consortium and is a guest editor in Nanotechnology and in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. Litvinov is a Senior IEEE Member.
By Ann Lynd
Bauer College Alumni Association Presents: Dmitri Litvinov
University of Houston Graduate School interim vice provost and dean Dmitri Litvinov, who is also director of the Center for Integrated Bio and Nano Systems, spoke to alumni, business leaders and students about the strides the University is making to help graduate students succeed during the Bauer College Alumni Association networking breakfast series.