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ERC Advanced Investigator Grant: Open silicon based research platform for emerging devices - OSIRIS (»Add to Infobox)

Research Leader: Professor Mikael Östling
B. Gunnar Malm


Integrated Devices and Circuits

OSIRIS will address a crucial and ultimately strategic area for the future emerging nanoelectronics, i.e. how structures and devices actually will be fabricated as physical dimensions approach a few nanometer minimum feature size. The project title is “_O_pen _si_licon based _r_esearch platform for emerg_i_ng device_s_”, it indicates that many of the future emerging devices will be based on a silicon fabrication base platform but may not be fully based on silicon as the active semiconductor material. Over the past ten years the research team at Device Technology has established a versatile fabrication technology platform in excellent condition to open up a variety of new technologies to explore nanometer minimum feature size in realizable and repeatable electrical devices structures.

OSIRIS has five different focused areas outlined. They cover a broad range of critical research issues that can be foreseen as groundbreaking topics for the period beyond 2015. The different topics addressed are:

1) Three-dimensional FET nanostructures based on SiNW and GeNW with advanced configuration and heterogeneous integration of compound semiconductors on silicon.

2) New applications of SiNW with built-in strain for fast silicon-based optoelectronic devices.

3) Low frequency noise in advanced nanoelectronic structures

4) Bio-sensor nanoelectronics for extreme bio-molecule sensitivity and real-time detection of DNA.



Period: 2009-06-01 - 2014-05-31

Keywords:
Biosensor nanoelectronics, Strained SiNW for optoelectronic devices, Three-dimensional FET nanostructures

SOURCE OF FUNDING (1/1) 

European Commission


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