One factor limiting the scaling and reproducibility of device elements in computer processors is the random distribution of dopants in semiconductor nanostructures. To overcome this obstacle for faster computing, new ways to position and address individual dopants are needed. Proposals for next-generation computing based on quantum
Scientists researching electronic devices that promise to extend current technologies beyond the ITRS roadmap – the industry generated timeline for the development of silicon-based
When an object, such as a colloidal particle, is put into a liquid crystal, it alters the otherwise uniform orientation of the molecules, creating a field of orientational disturbance around itself.
LCMRC researchers have created a new family of electrolytes that promise to revolutionalize Lithium ion battery technology. Electrolytes are the electrically conducting media in batteries.
Center researchers are collaborating with spin-off Displaytech to develop FLC materials for application in picoprojectors.