NewsProducing materials to help break the electronics scaling
limit

13th November 2020by admin0
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Ph.D. candidate Saravana Balaji Basuvalingam at the
TU/e Department of Applied Physics has developed a new approach to
grow, in a controlled and effective way, a library of so-called
“TMC materials” with various properties at low-temperatures. This
brings the world one step closer to moving beyond silicon-based
semiconductor devices.

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