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09/23/15 12:29

InteGraDe@ ESSDERC: 3 contributed papers, one Tutorial and a Workshop

The InteGraDe project continues to drive the state of the art in graphene devices and circuits in Europe. Three papers with InteGraTe contributions were presented in the week from September 14 to 18 in Graz, Austria at the European Solid-State Device Research Conference (ESSDERC), the premier device conference in Europe. The research in the accepted papers includes original work on electrical contacts to graphene (presented by Amit Gahoi from Siegen), graphene hot electron transistors (presented Sam Vaziri from KTH) and reliability of graphene field effect transistors (presented by Dr. Illarianov from partner TU-Vienna). All papers from the Proceedings will become available in IEEE Xplore. Prof. Lemme also acted as the co-chair in a session on “2D Devices”, which included an invited presentation from Prof. Deji Akinwande, and four contributed talks, two of which mentioned above.

In addition to these papers, Dr. Fregonese from our partner University of Bordeaux lectured on compact modeling and circuit design with graphene field effect transistors in Monday’s Tutorial on “Novel Transistors – Beyond the Planar Silicon MOSFET”. The tutorial was organized by Prof. Max Lemme.

On Friday, Sep 18th, Dr. Vikram Passi lectured on “Graphene and Two-Dimensional (2D) Materials for Nanoelectronics” in the Workshop “New Materials for Nanoelectronics”, organized by the SINANO Institute.

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