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Author Seidel, Robert V. ♦ Graham, Andrew P. ♦ Du, Georg S. ♦ Wolfgang, Franz Kreupl
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Carbon Nanotube ♦ Electronic Application ♦ Power Transistor ♦ Tremendous Advance ♦ Promising Candidate ♦ Exciting Property ♦ Compound Semiconductor ♦ Electronic Device ♦ Large-scale Integration ♦ Integration Issue ♦ Nanoscale Approach ♦ Abstract Carbon Nanotube ♦ Nanoelectronic Device ♦ Fabrication Method ♦ Huge Challenge ♦ Lithographic Limitation
Abstract Abstract — Carbon Nanotubes seem to be one of the most promising candidates for nanoelectronic devices beyond presumable scaling limits of silicon and compound semiconductors and independent from lithographic limitations. Discovered only about a decade ago, there has been a tremendous advance in the field of carbon nanotubes. Their exciting properties, especially with respect to electronic applications, and their fabrication methods will be discussed. A variety of Carbon Nanotube based electronic devices, such as interconnects, transistors, and power transistors, will be presented. However, large-scale integration of carbon nanotubes seems to be a huge challenge. Some of the integration issues will be critically addressed and carbon nanotubes will be compared with some other nanoscale approaches. I.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study