04
December
2019
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15:22
Europe/Amsterdam

2D materials for 3D electronics

Professor Aaron Thean, Dean of NUS Engineering, explained that two-dimensional (2D) materials like tungsten selenide may be used for cutting-edge transistors and resistive memories, and proposed the possibility to realise new 'one-transistor one-resistor' memories. https://devicematerialscommunity.nature.com/users/331282-aaron-voon-yew-thean/posts/56851-2d-materials-for-3d-electronics