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SCALABLE MANUFACTURING OF LOW-DIMENSIONAL TELLURIUM AND TELLURIDE NANOSTRUCTURE FOR SMART, UBIQUITOUS ELECTRONICS

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posted on 21.06.2022, 14:05 authored by Yixiu WangYixiu Wang
Low-dimensional semiconductors have been intensely explored as alternative active materials for future generation ultra-scaled smart electronics. However, significant roadblocks (e.g., poor carrier mobilities, instability, and vague potential in scaling-up) exist that prevent the realization of the current state-of-the-art low-dimensional materials’ potential for energy-efficient electronics. We first time developed hydrothermal method to solution-grown two-dimensional Te, which exhibits attractive attributes, e.g., high room-temperature mobility, large on-state current density, air-stability, and tunable material properties through a low-cost, scalable process, to tackle these challenges.

History

Degree Type

Doctor of Philosophy

Department

Industrial Engineering

Campus location

West Lafayette

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Wenzhuo Wu

Additional Committee Member 2

Peide Ye

Additional Committee Member 3

Gary Cheng

Additional Committee Member 4

Alex Wei