New in Spring 2023! Semiconductor devices are part of our everyday lives and the demand for techniques and processes to promote them continues to grow. Fulton Schools researchers are driving innovation forward through advances in areas such as power electronics, wireless and mixed-signal circuit design, memory devices and architectures, solar energy and batteries, advanced packaging and new semiconductor materials. Expansive industry collaborations and unique facilities at ASU center Arizona as a hub for the American semiconductor revolution.
|Ultrawide Bandgap Material for Our Future Power Electronics||Jayashree Adivarahan||Houqiang Fu||FURI||Spring 2023, Needs Review|
|Automated PID Controller Using LabVIEW for Patch-Clamping Experimentation||Favian Rios||Barbara Smith||FURI||Spring 2023, Needs Review|
|Analysis of Vibrational EELS Datasets to Unravel the Nanoscale Ferroelectric-Ferroelastic Coupling in Oxides||Surya Prakash Mandalreddy||Sandhya Susarla||MORE||Spring 2023, Needs Review|
|Characterization of Emerging Devices that will Integrate Memristor and Transistor Functions for Brain-Inspired Computing||Priyanka Ravindran||Ivan Sanchez Esqueda||FURI||Spring 2023, Needs Review|
|Exploring the Physics of Resistive-Switching Behavior in Emerging Two-Dimensional Hexagonal Boron Nitride (2D h-BN) Memristors||Hailey Warner||Ivan Sanchez Esqueda||FURI||Spring 2023, Needs Review|