17 November 2005 Recent developments and current challenges in interfacing and integrating 1D semiconductor nanowires in devices and circuits
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In the past few years, exciting developments in the synthesis and novel device demonstration of one-directional (1D) semiconductor nanowires have given rise to an enormous optimism. Interesting characteristics such as high surface to volume ratio, quantum confinement, and simple and low cost synthesis process are opening new frontiers in novel electronic and photonic devices. One much debated issue of interfacing and integrating such nano-structures in a massively large number of devices and systems has attracted the attention of research groups all over the world and various approaches were proposed. This talk will give an overview of the recent progress and future challenges in the construction of large and complex systems with 1D semiconductor nanowires.
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Christopher W. Edgar, Christopher W. Edgar, M. Saif Islam, M. Saif Islam, } "Recent developments and current challenges in interfacing and integrating 1D semiconductor nanowires in devices and circuits", Proc. SPIE 6003, Nanostructure Integration Techniques for Manufacturable Devices, Circuits, and Systems: Interfaces, Interconnects, and Nanosystems, 60030P (17 November 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.636014; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.636014
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