A new study challenges current paradigms in two-dimensional semiconductor design by introducing wave-like structures to improve the flow of electrons.
In developing a new process to synthesise stable qubits, A*STAR researchers are paving the way toward scalable and practical quantum devices.
To unlock the potential of quantum computers, researchers must find semiconductor materials and metal contacts that work well at sub-zero temperatures.
New computer models show how semiconductor flakes with fancy shapes grow from simple starting points and rules.
Researchers at the A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics are developing MEMS sensors and platforms to help build a hyper-attentive world of objects
An off-center waveguide enables light to be efficiently extracted from nanoscale lasers
Computer simulations indicate that mixing silicon with other materials improves the diversity of nanoscale electronic devices
A new and verified computer model improves the machining of nanoscale semiconductor parts for the electronics industry
Researchers at A*STAR have made low-cost, ultrahigh-bandwidth telecommunication across continents a possibility through an innovative advance in silicon photonics
Microstructures made of adjoining semiconductor disks could lead to powerful nanoscale sensors
Waveguides that combine metallic and semiconductor structures can be made more compact