Andy Smith: Graphene Pressure and Gas Sensors for More than Moore Applications
Graphene Pressure and Gas Sensors for More than Moore Applications
Fabrication of graphene based pressure and gas sensors has been achieved. Analysis into the devices’ characteristics has been undertaken – yielding a number of promising properties that may make graphene a competitive material for use in future more than Moore applications.
Statistical Analysis of Graphene Field Effect Transistors
A graphene transfer method has been established on wafer scale and large scale device characterization and subsequent statistical data analysis has been performed. The combination of statistical methods coupled with large scale fabrication, automated characterization and computational analysis lead to massive increases in efficiency and deeper insight into device behavior.
Date: 10rd November
Time: 10:00 am
Room: H-E 308