Graphene Heterostructures: The Tunneling Transistor (Printed Electronics USA 2012)

Dr Branson Belle, Research Associate
University of Manchester
United Kingdom
Dec 05, 2012.


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I will overview the current state of progress as Manchester in graphene heterostructure devices. I will focus on a new regime of transistors
*The Tunnelling Transistor

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