Grant: $400,000 - National Science Foundation - Jul. 1, 2009
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Award Description: Award title: High performance nanowire FETs for logic and memory. This proposal is to design and fabricate CMOS-compatible high performance nanowire field effect transistors and integrate them for logic and memory applications, which address the widely recognized need for urgent progress in micro/nano-electronics. the research will enhance the future technological dominance of the USA. This project will also contribute to the engineering education and workforce development for semiconductor industries.
Project Description: (1) A manuscript (attached) on 'large-scale integration of high performance nanowire field effect transistors' has been prepared and will be submitted. (2) A woman master student 'Asha Rani' has been hired for the research on nanowire logic and memory devices. (3) A computer was purchased for the student to do research. (4) Equipment HP 4155 was sent out for maintainence.
Infrastructure Description: Not Applicable
Jobs Summary: No jobs created. One Graduate Research Assistant retained (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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