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Graphene and 2D Materials – The Long Road towards Commercialisation

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  • UserProf. Max Christian Lemme, RWTH Aachen University and AMO GmbH, Germany World_link
  • ClockFriday 13 November 2020, 16:00-17:30
  • HouseOnline Event via Zoom.

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Graphene and two-dimensional (2D) materials have been researched intensely over the past 15 years, and there is continued substantial investment in 2D material research and development. However, although physicists, chemists, material scientists and engineers continue to report new highlights on a daily basis, there are no end-customer microelectronics products on the market today. The main reason is that the process technology to manufacture 2D electronics is not sufficiently mature, which limits the possibility of realizing the promise of outstanding performance in electronics, optoelectronics or sensing. In this talk, I will introduce several potential applications, where 2D materials clearly would make a difference, such as photodetectors and sensors. I will then discuss the major bottlenecks towards integration of graphene and 2D materials into semiconductor manufacturing lines.

About the speaker The electrical engineer Prof. Max Lemme has been working for several years on graphene and related two-dimensional materials and their applications in the fields of electronics, photonics and sensors. In addition Prof. Lemme has a strong track-record on classic CMOS technology and was particularly active in the integration of high-k dielectrics into silicon transistors and in the development of Fin-FET transistors. Besides his position as Managing Director of AMO GmbH, Prof. Lemme has a new established chair at RWTH Aachen University focusing on nanotechnology, which is collaborating closely with AMO GmbH.

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