FWO travel credit for a short period of study at the Nordita, Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics Hasselt University
HEtrogenous, 3D microsystems processing Line for Complex multidisciplinary device research. KU Leuven
Characterization and knowledge-driven device application of noble n-type organic semiconductor crystals made of [Li+@C60](PF6-) KU Leuven
This research is aimed at studying the properties of a novel material, the Li+ containing C60. In particular a crystal formed from this material will be studied using various methods to determine the reaction pathway, formation and structure, as well as stiffness, conductivity, potential, etc. Following this the possibilities for application of this crystal will be explored. The application of choice will be a field-effect transistor.
Electrosensing smart device for multi-drug detection (E-DRUGSENS). University of Antwerp
FWO-SB-Beurs: Towards User-defined Cross-Device and Cross-Media interaction Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Development of innovative two-terminal selector devices to enable high-density and low-power crosspoint memory arrays KU Leuven
These last years, the demand for high-density and fast-access non-volatile memories has been steadily increasing. However, there is no existing product satisfying this need today, between the fast but volatile DRAM technology and the high-density but slow-access 3D Flash technology. Hence, the ‘Storage Class Memory’ (SCM) has emerged to fill this speed-density gap in the memory hierarchy, enabling the development of future computing and/or ...
Multi-terminal superconductor/graphene nano-devices: From fundamental understanding of the microscopic transport processes towards new macroscopic quantum devices. KU Leuven
The aim of this project is to perform a pioneering experimental investigation of electronic transport in nano-devices containing multiple superconductor (S)/ graphene (G) interfaces. This, in order to gain fundamental understanding of, and control over, the different competing microscopic transport processes through the present interfaces.
The central focus will be on microscopic transport processes in these multi-terminal devices that ...