Institute of Microelectronics (IME)
A nanoparticle chain that resonates with light is opening up new possibilities in nanophotonics and optoelectronics.
A machine learning algorithm that takes the trial and error out of chip design could help us extend Moore’s Law for a few more years.
A metasurface whose optical properties change in response to electricity provides precise control over the reflection and transmission of radiation
Advanced display technologies based on nanostructures could be mass manufactured by introducing existing techniques from the semiconductor electronics industry
An ultracompact laser has been made using nanoscale semiconductor columns
low-cost technique could lead to the mass production of microelectromechanical
systems for use in a range of applications
A layer of diamond can prevent high-power electronic devices from overheating
Resistive random-access memory that avoids an initial forming process improves fabrication methods and reliability
A sensor node processor for networked sensor applications achieves ultra-low power consumption by using ultra-low voltage operation, hardware acceleration and cognitive sensing techniques
Novel photonic structures can act as tiny and highly accurate sensors of temperature and humidity
On-the-spot diagnosis of certain cancers and other diseases is closer to
becoming a reality thanks to a sensitive biosensor