Tony Low is a materials and device scientist, with interests on new materials, novel electrical and optical phenomena, device physics, and their possible applications. Low is currently an Associate Professor at the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Low joined the department as an Assistant Professor in fall 2014. Prior to this, Low worked as an in-house theorist at various experimental groups at Columbia University, Yale University, and IBM Thomas J. Watson Research. While at IBM, from 2011-2014, Low served as an industry liaison to various Universities under the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative with the goal of finding the next electronics switch. He obtained his doctoral degree from the National University of Singapore in 2008, and then a postdoctoral associate at Purdue University. Low is recognized by Web of Science as a Highly Cited Researcher (2020), the McKnight Presidential Fellowship (2019), IBM Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award (2014), IBM Invention Award (2013), KITP Rice Family Fund Fellowship (2012), Singapore Millennium Fellowship (2007), and the IEEE Electron Device Society Fellowship (2005).