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1D devices for Ge and 2D materials utilizing 3D integration technology (Professor Mikael Östling)

  Period: 2015-01-01 - 2018-12-31

As device scaling approaches its limit, silicon technology meets great challenge in dense packing and low interconnect power consumption. This program will develop an integrated approach to fabricate » more
Design of optoelectronic devices (Petter Holmström)

The project concerns theoretical investigations of low-dimensional semiconductor heterostructures, especially design of optoelectronic devices. So far our emphasis has been on optical modulators, » more
Spin-resonant tunneling nano-devices (Professor Vladislav Korenivski)

  Period: 2007-01-01 - 2009-12-31

The field of spintronics has been experiencing an explosive growth during the last 10-15 years. The new phenomena of Giant Magnetoresistance, large Tunneling Magnetoresistance, and Spin Transfer » more
Spin-thermo-electronics - STELE (Professor Vladislav Korenivski)

Period: 2009-01-01 - 2011-12-31

Spin and exchange provide a natural two level system in ferromagnets for producing radiation. Can this radiation be stimulated to high intensity in a self-sustained manner? Can a metal be made » more
Ultra-thin film colossal magnetoresistors (Sergiy Khartsev)

The project concerns experimental research in the field of thin manganite films with Colossal Magnetoresistivity (CMR). A high temperature coefficient of resistivity (TCR), combined with rather low » more
WOV Working on Venus (Professor Mikael Östling)

  Period: 2014-01-01 - 2018-12-31

The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation granted the project WOV - Working on Venus almost 23 MSEK for 5 years. We will demonstrate for the first time all the electronics needed for working on Venus. » more


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