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Looking to enjoy your PhD - look no further.
Ionic Electronics, the next generation of electronic devices and circuits. (Ph.D., M.Sc. + direct track)
In traditional microelectronics, mobile atoms or ions are considered as defects and is some of the new devices (as memristors) defect engineering is considered promising.
A different approach would be to recognize that in electrochemical devices (as batteries) the ions are charges just like electrons and holes.
Mixed ionic electronic conduction opens new avenues for microlectronics and specifically the electrochemical random access memory (ECRAM) that is being developed for CMOS-compatible non von neuman computing or organic electrochemical transistors (OECT) being developed for interfacing with the human body.
We have two positions. One for the ECRAM Project and one for the OECT.
Our goal is using the industry's standard device simulator to decipher the mechanisms governing the operation of such devices as a first step towards designing better device architectures. The Ph.D. (or M.Sc.+ direct track) taking this project is expected to work closely with our collaborators fabricating these devices.
Interested? Can handle experiments through simulations? -->
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