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Tuesday, 30 July 2013
(at 13:00 in room HAL 115)
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Graphene application towards electronic devices

Hyun-Jong Chung


Department of Physics, Konkuk University, Korea
   






Graphene has been attracting many intentions for a post-Si material due to its high mobility. Since its gapless band structure keeps from turning-off the devices in traditional way, until recently, applications for the graphene transistors are limited to analog amplifiers which does not have to be turned off during the operation. Last year new device structures have been proposed to solve the issue: graphene barristor [1] and graphene tunneling transistor [2]. Both structures have hetero junction between graphene and semiconductor or insulator. In this talk, reviewed will be the research on graphene transistors towards RF (Radio Frequency) applications and also the research on graphene barristor or tunneling transistor towards logic applications.

[1] H. Yang, J. Heo, S. Science, 336, 1140-1143 (2012)
[2] L. Britnell, R. V. Gorbachev, R. Jalil, et al., Science, 335, 947-950 (2012)

Brief Bio:

2005 Ph.D., Physics, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, Advisor: Young Kuk 2005-2006 Postdoctoral Researcher at Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science 2006-2013 Research Staff Member at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
March 2013-Present Assistant Professor at Department of Physics, Konkuk University

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Within the nanoSeminar

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