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2014-02-10 Researchers highlight graphene's ballistic transport property
The study reveals that graphene nanoribbons act more like optical waveguides or quantum dots, allowing electrons to flow smoothly along the edges of the material to spawn innovative electronic devices.
2011-04-26 Quantum dots enable photon-electron coupling
Doped semiconductor quantum dots could enable coupling of photonic and electronic properties, impacting such areas as light harvesting, nonlinear optics and quantum information processing.
2012-07-04 Study allows transistors to switch to vacuum as medium
A team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a device structure which allows a switch from solid-state back to vacuum as the medium for electron transport in transistors.
2005-07-18 Nanotech conference plots future of electronics
Presenters at the First International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation have identified key issues facing nanotechnology.
2013-09-09 Research brings practical spintronics closer to reality
A team of researchers at RIKEN Centre for Emergent Matter Science proposed a device that instead of moving electrons is able to transport information using electron spin over long distances.
2003-10-02 High-k, strained Si leaving the lab
With performance improvements getting harder to wring out of CMOS by transistor shrinks, researchers are increasingly turning to strained silicon, high-k oxides, and different types of on-chip silicon-crystal orientation.
2014-02-20 CeRAM gains ARM's attention
A new approach aims to be a contender for next-generation memory. This article tackles how it works.
2008-12-25 Studies address process variability issues
CMOS device process variability remains one of the most acute problems facing the semiconductor world, particularly at the 45nm node and beyond, according to presenters at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM
2005-09-27 Strained silicon to take IEDM spotlight
With high-k dielectrics apparently delayed beyond the 45nm node, this year's International Electron Devices Meeting will focus on second-generation strained-silicon techniques as the main pathway to faster transistors
2012-07-04 OLED market seen at $7B by 2019
NanoMarkets forecasts that the total market value of materials used in OLED lighting and OLED display applications will grow from over $500 million in 2012 to over $7 billion by 2019, with emissive materials, hosts, and hole/electron injection and transport materials accounting for $3 billion.
2014-12-19 Graphene wrapper improves lithium-sulphur battery
Aiming to address battery performance issues, researchers have designed a multi-functional sulphur cathode that combines an energy storage unit and ion/electron transfer networks
2014-02-11 Graphene ribbons exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity
The graphene ribbons allow electrons to move freely without scattering and can transport electric current ballistically, that is, without encountering resistance within the material at room temperature
2011-03-29 Georgia Tech harnesses graphene growth technique
Georgia Tech's research team is harnessing the electron wave effects in graphene to pursue devices that use ballistic conductors and quantum interference
2007-07-30 University researchers demo advances in spintronics
A University of Delaware research group has demonstrated the electronic injection and detection of spin-polarized electronsthe first step towards the goal of spintronics.
2015-10-12 Tunnel FETs operate at 0.4V using CMOS
Foundry SMIC manufactured the complementary TFETs that show potential for ultra low power applications such as the Internet of Things as a result of its low voltage operation.
2002-10-29 Sumitomo to distribute Kodak OLEDs in Japan
Eastman Kodak Co. has appointed Sumitomo Corp. to become its distributor of OLED materials in Japan.
2004-06-17 SOI mobility harmed by scattering, Toshiba researchers report
As silicon-on-insulator CMOS devices shrink into the ultra-thin body range, carrier mobility in fully depleted silicon-on-insulator transistors is affected adversely by scattering effects, a team of researchers based at Toshiba Corp. reported here at the IEEE 2004 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop.
2013-04-18 Silicon-nanotube anodes enhance Li-ion batteries
Stanford University-spinoff Amprius proposes that silicon nanowire-based anodes can boost the energy density of traditional lithium ion batteries by tenfold.
2004-06-30 SIA sets national research initiative
The Semiconductor Industry Association has approved formation of the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative to develop exotic nanoscale devices.
2012-04-11 Resistive RAM based on silicon dioxide
Researchers have developed a resistive-switching memory device based on silicon dioxide that shows a simpler material structure compared to those using metal-oxide films.
2009-04-07 Researchers tap viruses for 'green' batteries
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim that genetically-engineered viruses can be used to assemble tiny batteries that can then be printed on plastic films.
2007-08-03 Organic solar cells to beat silicon-based alternatives
A new composite material for plastic solar cells formulated by Ohio State University researchers promise to beat today's inorganic silicon-based solar cells.
2007-05-23 Organic material promises to improve OLED visibility
OLED-T has patented a contrast-enhancing layer that has the potential to remove the expensive polarizing layer in OLED displays with significant improvements in efficiency and cost
2012-12-03 Nanocrystals yield flexible, low-voltage ICs
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania showed that cadmium selenide nanocrystals can be "printed" or "coated" on flexible plastics to form high-performance electronics.
2004-11-25 Infineon claims lead with 18nm nanotube transistor
German chip company Infineon Technologies AG has made the world's smallest carbon nanotube transistor, the company claimed Monday (Nov. 22).
2009-11-04 Firms collaborate to bring OLEDs to mass market
A German research project aims to bring OLED-based large-area displays lighting applications closer to commercialization by focusing on the longevity and efficiency of the materials.
2013-04-10 Enabling superior FinFET predictability
Find out how 3D physical simulation tools can be used to provide superior FinFET predictability.
2013-11-04 Columbia researchers develop new architecture for 2D materials
Columbia Engineering researchers showed that it is possible to electrically contact an atomically thin 2D material only along its 1D edge, rather than conventionally contacting it from the top.
2013-08-06 Cobalt compound leads to greener solar cells
The replacement of iodine in copper-based DSCs with cobalt increases the sustainability of solar cells, according to scientists from the University of Basel.
2008-06-11 CDT, Sumitomo, Novaled join forces on OLED project
CDT, Sumitomo Chemicals and Novaled will be working together to investigate the feasibility and benefits of new materials and Novaled PIN OLED structures in P-OLED devices.
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