We utilize novel nanomaterials (such as atomic flakes or nanowires) to fabricate nanoscale electronics and explore electrical properties for carriers in these low-dimensional systems.
In nanoscale electronics, low-frequency noise is ubiquitous and dominates the signal-to-noise performance. We monitor the low-frequency current fluctuations and study the mechanism of electric noise in them.
To manufacture high-performance nenoelectronics with finely controlled charge transport, the nanocontact (NC), that we focus on, must be seriously considered. Through temperature dependent measurement, we inspect the NC issue in nanoelectronics with a microscope.
0D, 1D and 2D-based devices offer great potential to implement future integrated nanoelectronic systems for both on-board computing and information storage. We attempt to develop the possibilities of logic circuits on these nanomaterials.