nanoelectronics

Development of Novel Conduction Control Technique for Graphene

Researchers at the Nanoelectronics Research Institute of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), in joint work with a NIMS…

New study reveals challenge facing designers of future computer chips

To build the computer chips of the future, designers will need to understand how an electrical charge behaves when it is confined to metal wires only a few…

Next-Generation Nanoelectronics: A Decade of Progress, Coming Advances

However, while silicon-based circuits continue to shrink in size in the relentless pursuit of Moore’s Law — the prediction that the number of transistors that…

Ultra-Sensitive Electrical Biosensor Unlocks Potential for Instant Diagnostic Devices

A new quantum mechanical-based biosensor designed by a team at University of California, Santa Barbara offers tremendous potential for detecting biomolecules…

More energy efficient transistors through quantum tunneling

Transistors are the building blocks of the electronic devices that power the digital world, and much of the growth in computing power over the past 40 years…

Researching Graphene Nanoelectronics for a Post-Silicon World

Copper’s days are numbered, and a new study at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute could hasten the downfall of the ubiquitous metal in smart phones, tablet…

2011 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop

The workshop will focus on silicon-related nanoelectronics to bridge a gap between the Si nano-technology and the “real” VLSI world. The first Silicon…

Water Could Hold Answer to Graphene Nanoelectronics

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute developed a new method for using water to tune the band gap of the nanomaterial graphene, opening the door to…

New Graphene Fabrication Method Uses SiC Template

The technique involves etching patterns into the silicon carbide surfaces on which epitaxial graphene is grown. The patterns serve as templates directing the…

Changing the Channel in Nanoelectronics

Two types of trends can be identified in the length-dependent conductance of molecular wires, according to Chinese scientists.In an article published online in…

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