The application of Internet of Things has sparked intense interest of photodetectors as they are widely used in sensing, detection, data transport and processing.
In semiconductor device applications, there is an increasing demand for semiconductors with very high carrier concentrations.
Bandgap engineering can improve the performance of optoelectronic devices that aim to harness the energy of "hot" electrons, research from KAUST shows.
At the Samueli School of Engineering from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), electrical engineers have come up with a highly efficient method of converting light from one wavelength to another.
As per data obtained from the United Nations’ telecommunications agency, 93% of the world’s population has access to a mobile-broadband network of some type. Since data has turned easily available to consumers, there is also a craving to get more of it with higher speeds.
Skoltech researchers and their colleagues from the U.S. and Singapore have created a neural network that can help tweak semiconductor crystals in a controlled fashion to achieve superior properties for electronics.
The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) under the Ministry of Science and ICT developed a roll-based damage-free transfer technique that allows two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials to be transferred into wafer scale without damage.
A synthetic approach that improves absorber layers in perovskite solar cells could help them achieve their full potential and draw closer to the performance of leading gallium arsenide devices.
A pair of physicists at the University of California, Riverside, are aiming to convert light falling on atomically thin semiconductor materials into electricity, having received more than $582,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of the Army.
HORIBA UK Limited announces that it has reinforced its provision to Academia by launching a new dedicated resource center on its website.