This book contains reviews of recent experimental and theoretical results related to nanomaterials. It focuses on novel functional materials and nanostructures in combination with silicon on insulator (SOI) devices, as well as on the physics of new devices and sensors, nanostructured materials and nano scaled device characterization. Special attention is paid to fabrication and properties of modern low-power, high-performance, miniaturized, portable sensors in a wide range of applications such as telecommunications, radiation control, biomedical instrumentation and chemical analysis. In this book, new approaches exploiting nanotechnologies (such as UTBB FD SOI, Fin FETs, nanowires, graphene or carbon nanotubes on dielectric) to pave a way between aMore Moorea and aMore than Moorea are considered, in order to create different kinds of sensors and devices which will consume less electrical power, be more portable and totally compatible with modern microelectronics products.Finally a design framework for one rectifier type is presented, namely the metal- insulator diode. ... Usually it is defined as the frequency range 0.1a10 THz ( wavelengths of 3 mma30 lm) although in this paper, the definition is extended ... Sedghi A Y.C. Shen A Y. Huang A J.F. Ralph Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, The University of Liverpool, ... Functional Nanomaterials and Devices for Electronics, Sensors and Energy Harvesting, Engineering Materials, 241 DOIanbsp;...
|Title||:||Functional Nanomaterials and Devices for Electronics, Sensors and Energy Harvesting|
|Author||:||Alexei Nazarov, Balestra Francis, Kilchytska Valeriya, Denis Flandre|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-08-28|