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The Chair of Electronic Devices investigates electronic, optoelectronic and nanoelectromechanic devices made from graphene and related two-dimensional materials.
Integrated devices are at the core of the research, which is mainly of experimental nature. Aspects of process technology and process integration complement the activities.
In addition to the proof-of-concept of novel devices, we collaborate with industry and the circuit design community to address questions of manufacturability and system compatibility of the new materials and devices.
The chair is a member of the following institutions:
Aachen Graphene and 2D Materials Center
The chair of Electronic Devices is a member of the Aachen Graphene and 2D Materials Center.
Within this framework an Aachen Graphene FLAGSHIP lecture series will take place. Exact data can be found on the homepage Aachen Zentrum für Graphen und 2D Materialien or in the Events.
Prof. Lemme gives an overview of the ELD's research activities in the field of 2D-materials in the following talk:
Micro, Nano, Materials and Photonics e.V.
The chair of Electronic Devices is a member of the Micro, Nano, Materials and Photonics NMWP e.V., an association of stakeholder in industry and academia in North-Rhine Westphalia in the key enabling technologies Nanotechnology, Microtechnoogy, Materials and Photonics.
The association has approximately 80 members. Prof. Lemme is a member of the Board of NMWP e.V..
The chair of Electronic Devices is a member of the SINANO Institute, a non profit Association established as a durable EU Network of researchers in order to form a distributed Centre of Excellence in Nanoelectronics. The SINANO Institute comprises of 23 members from 12 European countries. Prof Lemme is a member of the Governing Board of the SINANO Institute.