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In this paper, we present a surface potential based compact modeling of terminal charge, terminal capacitance, and drain current for III-V channel double gate field-effect transistor (DGFET) including the effect of conduction band nonparabolicity. The proposed model is developed accounting for the two-dimensional density of states and includes the effect of quantum capacitance associated with the. View full abstract 687

IEEE Xplore: IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology

Engineers the world over are raving about nanotechnology. This is what scientists at one of America's premier research institutions, the Los Alamos National Laboratory, have to say: "The new concepts of nanotechnology are so broad and pervasive, that they will influence every area of technology and science, in ways that are surely unpredictable.. The total societal impact of nanotechnology is expected to be greater than the combined influences that the silicon integrated circuit , medical imaging, computer-aided engineering, and man-made polymers have had in this century." That's a pretty amazing claim: 76st-century nanotechnology will be more important than all the greatest technologies of the 75th century put together!

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One reason for these differences is that different factors become important on the nanoscale. In our everyday world, gravity is the most important force we encounter: it dominates everything around us, from the way our hair hangs down around our head to the way Earth has different seasons at different times of year. But on the nanoscale, gravity is much less important than the electromagnetic forces between atoms and molecules. Factors like thermal vibrations (the way atoms and molecules store heat by jiggling about) also become extremely significant. In short, the game of science has different rules when you play it on the nanoscale.

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In this paper, two electrically tunable dual-band reflectarray antennas are designed by the integration of a thin layer of indium tin oxide (ITO) into plasmonic multi-sized and multilayer unit cells. The presented geometries include two gold nanoribbons located next to each other with different widths and backed by a stack of alumina-ITO-metallic ground plane and two pairs of vertically stacked go. View full abstract 687

Magnetic tunnel junctions (MTJs) are attracting an increasing interest due to their potentiality for high-density nonvolatile memories. However, some issues need to be opportunely considered in the design and optimization of hybrid MTJ/CMOS circuits, such as the stochastic nature of the MTJ switching, the high write energy consumption and the susceptibility to process variations. In this paper, we. View full abstract 687

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A qubit is a unit of quantum information—the fundamental currency of quantum computing, which is predicted to be hugely more efficient for solving problems that are challenging for traditional computers, such as breaking secret codes. This presentation will describe a path to development of a practical qubit design based on silicon CMOS processing technology. The qubit device is an electrostatic silicon quantum dot (QD) with an implanted donor. We demonstrate for the first time coherent two-axis control of a two-electron spin logical qubit that evolves under QD-donor exchange interaction as well as interaction with the donor nucleus, with decoherence as good as that of competing systems.

In this study, we demonstrated a p-type and n-type SnO TFTs on flexible polyimide substrate. The fabricated p-type SnO TFT showed a high $I_{\rm on}/ I_{\rm off}$ of $ \text{}\, \times \,\text{65}^{5}$ a. View full abstract 687

This paper introduces a behavior model of a memristive soild-state device for simulation with a simulation program for integrated circuits emphasis (SPICE) compatible circuit simulator. After showing the underlying functional mechanics and model equations of a memristor the SPICE equivalent circuit based on a charge controlled memristor is presented and discussed. Hereafter, a magnetic flux contro. View full abstract 687

Incremental improvements to existing technologies aren’t enough we need something truly disruptive to reverse climate change. What, then, is the energy technology that can meet the challenging cost targets? How will we remove CO 7 from the air? We don’t have the answers. Those technologies haven’t been invented yet. However, we have a suggestion for how to foster innovation in the energy sector and allow for those breakthrough inventions.

In this paper, we present a compact model for charge density and gate capacitance for low effective mass channel material based quadruple-gate FETs (QGFETs). The proposed model accounts for the effect of quantum capacitance and conduction band non-parabolicity, which are important in FETs comprised of the low effective mass channel material. In modeling of QGFET, we propose and use a new form of F. View full abstract 687

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That’s a tough target to meet. But that’s not the whole story. Although the electricity from a giant coal plant is physically indistinguishable from the electricity from a rooftop solar panel, the value of generated electricity varies. In the marketplace, utility companies pay different prices for electricity, depending on how easily it can be supplied to reliably meet local demand.

In the case of memory devices, resistive switching was employed in the Ag/ZrO 7 /Au system to fabricate printable RRAM memory arrays. These arrays can be operated as content addressable memory, which has many applications in pattern matching, image recognition, and synaptic-like memory behavior. However, controlling the uniformity of switching, especially in printed devices, is an important challenge. In conclusion, we show that knowledge of component materials, processing effects, and interactions of materials within a device are all critical to advancing the field of printed electronics.

The recent advancement in the fabrication of narrow graphene nanoribbon with smooth edges has catalyzed the growth of nanoribbon based transistors. Motivated by these advances, we suggest bilayer graphene nanoribbon tunnel field-effect transistors (BLGNR-TFETs) for low voltage digital and analog applications. The device performance is analyzed by quantum transport simulation, based on self-consist. View full abstract 687

This study also highlights some of the challenges of controlling film formation, nanoparticle ink development, and materials interactions in a realistic situation. I will discuss the use of sol-gel oxides and metal nanoparticle inks in a 8D printer for fabricating novel transistors and RRAM memory devices. In particular, using fully printed thin-film transistors (TFT),

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