2015 IEDM Slide 12: Flexible Circuits Built from 2D Nanomaterials

12. Flexible Circuits Built from 2D Nanomaterials
Category: Physically Flexible Electronics
Paper 32.1 – High-Frequency Prospects of 2D Nanomaterials for Flexible Nanoelectronics from Baseband to Sub-THz Devices; Saungeun Park et al, University of Texas at Austin

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Crystalline materials consisting of a single layer of atoms are referred to as two-dimensional (2D) materials. A University of Texas team will present an in-depth look at the prospects for flexible electronics based on 2D materials such as graphene, phosphorene and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs). The authors will describe how in a wide range of experiments they achieved high performance from these nanomaterials on flexible substrates. Target applications, which could include wearable devices and Internet-of-Things components, cover a large frequency spectrum encompassing low-power RF, microprocessors, transceivers and THz electronics. The authors suggest that the large number of available 2D materials with vastly different physical properties will allow custom designing of circuit functions tailored to specific applications. They envision flexible nanosystems built from the heterogeneous integration of semiconducting, semimetallic and insulating 2D materials.

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