State Of The Art And Recent Progress of Reconfigurable Electronic Devices Based on 2D Materials

A new technical paper titled "Emerging reconfigurable electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials: A review" was just published by researchers at TU Dresden, NaMLAb gGmbH, and RWTH Aachen University. Abstract "As the dimensions of the transistor, the key element of silicon technology, are approaching their physical limits, developing semiconductor technology with novel concepts an... » read more

2D materials for future heterogeneous electronics

Abstract "Graphene and two-dimensional materials (2DM) remain an active field of research in science and engineering over 15 years after the first reports of 2DM. The vast amount of available data and the high performance of device demonstrators leave little doubt about the potential of 2DM for applications in electronics, photonics and sensing. So where are the integrated chips and enabled ... » read more