Devices on a nanoscale
Faster and better computers are based on smaller electronic components – as this makes room for more components and shortens the distance that electrons have to travel. Nano-electronics is a natural progression of Moore’s Law and may use microscopic components or nano-tubes.
In the Electrum laboratory, we conduct experiments with the electronic components of the future. For mobile phones, we conduct research on nanometer-scale silicon and silicon germanium components that are capable of handling frequencies of 100 GHz or more. Other silicon carbide components are designed for 1,200 V applications and can be used in electric cars, etc. We also conduct research on super-conductive components, carrying out electric measurements in low temperature and high magnetic field environments.
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