PhD defence: Vertical III-V Nanowire Transistors for Low-Power Electronics
Why do the mobile phones today have a bad battery life? Are we just polishing up the old school transistors to quench the thirst of today’s technology? This thesis work focused towards developing unconventional low power transistors that can operate at low voltages reducing the power consumption of future electronic gadgets.
Title: Vertical III-V Nanowire Transistors for Low-Power Electronics
Author: Abinaya Krishnaraja, Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University
Location: E1406 E-huset, Ole Römers väg 3, LTH, Lund University, Lund.
Link to thesis.
In this thesis, we study the physical phenomena governing the current conduction in these devices through structural and electrical characterization and utilize the knowledge to improve their electrical performance to be competitive with the conventional transistors. The results from the project provide deeper insights into the material choice and device design considerations for these novel transistor technologies that can be tuned for specific applications. These understandings could help in the future developments within the research field.
From: 2023-05-26 09:15 to 15:00
E1406, E-huset, Ole Römers väg 3, LTH, Lund University, Lund, and online
abinaya [dot] krishnaraja [at] eit [dot] lth [dot] se