Monthly Archives: February 2017

h-BN RRAM prototype reported in Advanced Functional Materials

The use of two dimensional (2D) materials to improve the capabilities of electronic devices is a promising strategy that has recently gained much interest in both academe and industry. In this paper, we develop resistive random access memories (RRAM) using

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Fei Hui’s graphene patent receives 1 million USD investment

Fei started to work in this project in September of 2013. She has developed a cost-effective and scalable approach to fabricate graphene-coated nanoprobes. Her work was published in Nanoscale and Surface & Coatings Technology, and protected with an international patent.

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Our group hosts the 1st China RRAM International Workshop

The China RRAM International Workshop launches its first edition with the objective of becoming the major forum in China for discussion on resistive random access memories and related applications. Invited speakers includ H.-S. Philip Wong (Stanford University, USA), Ming Liu

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Prof. Lanza joins the Editorial Board of Nature Scientific Reports

Professor Mario Lanza has been recently appointed as member of the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports, a multidisciplinary journal from Nature Publishing Group with an impact factor of 5.228.  Prof. Lanza has joined the “Electronics, Photonics and Device Physics Panel”,

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