• Molecular Electronics at high-frequencies : A 17 GHz molecular rectifier, Nature Communications (open access).
            • Multiple synaptic plasticity features in memristors.
 S. La Barbera, et al. Scientific Reports (just accepted)
              • High mobility flexible amorphous IGZO thin-film transistors. M. Benwadih, et al., ACS Appl. Mat. & Int. (just accepted).
                • A new publication on molecular switches and nanoparticules networks in J. Phys. Chem. C
                • Nanodot molecular junctions and effects of mechanical forces : a new paper in Nanoscale.
                • Filamentary Switching: synaptic plasticity through device volatility. To read in ACS Nano.
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                Nanostructures, nanoComponents & Molecules

                 

                The NCM group (Nanostructures, nanoComponents & Molecules) is interested in the physics of nanostructures and nanodevices made of organic molecules and/or hybrid systems involving organic molecules, inorganic metal and/or semiconductor nanostructures. We contribute to knowledge development, studying the fundamental electronic and transport properties of various molecular devices based on self-assembled monolayers, small ensemble of molecules, supramolecular assembly of molecules and nano-objects. We also design, fabricate and study functional molecular devices such as memory, switch, memristor (memory-resistor) and synapstor (synapse-transistor).

                Our research objectives are:

                • design and characterization of molecular and nanoscale electronic devices
                • elucidation of fundamental electronic properties of these molecular and nanoscale devices
                • study of functional molecular devices and integrated molecular systems
                • exploration of new device concepts for unconventional IT (information technologies).
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