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Nano and molecular electronics

01TCPRV

A.A. 2018/19

Course Language

English

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Electrical, Electronics And Communications Engineering - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 40
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Piccinini Gianluca Professore Ordinario ING-INF/01 22 0 0 0 1
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
SSD CFU Activities Area context
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2018/19
PERIOD: JANUARY - FEBRUARY The course aims at introducing the Ph.D. student to nanoelectronics, and covers a large set of structures where inter-atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be analyzed. In the first part the conduction models for quantum wire and quantum dot structure are studied beside some Insights in nanomagnetism. In the second one molecular electronics structures are studied analyzing both the conduction and the effects of electric and magnetic filed on molecules.
PERIOD: JANUARY - FEBRUARY The course aims at introducing the Ph.D. student to nanoelectronics, and covers a large set of structures where inter-atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be analyzed. In the first part the conduction models for quantum wire and quantum dot structure are studied beside some Insights in nanomagnetism. In the second one molecular electronics structures are studied analyzing both the conduction and the effects of electric and magnetic filed on molecules.
From 3D systems to 0D systems: • Density of states in 1D systems (nanowires) . • Conduction models for conduction in nanowires. • Nanowire FET, GAAFET. • Density of states in 0D systems (nanodots) . • Conduction models for conduction in nanodots. • Nanowire FET, GAAFET. • Nanomagnetism • Magnetic Tunnel Junction MTJ • ReRAM Molecular Systems • Atomic and Molecular orbitals. • LCAO (Linear combination of atomic orbitals) • Conjugated Molecules and conduction • Conduction models for molecular wires. • Molecular transistor. • Redox centers and interaction with electric field. • Magnetic Molecules and interaction with magnetic field • Self-assembly techniques and nanoelectrodes fabrication. • Carbon-based electronics. • Graphene, CNT e CNTFET This course requires a final test that could be (upon choice) a project or an in-depth examination of one of the subject included in the program
From 3D systems to 0D systems: • Density of states in 1D systems (nanowires) . • Conduction models for conduction in nanowires. • Nanowire FET, GAAFET. • Density of states in 0D systems (nanodots) . • Conduction models for conduction in nanodots. • Nanowire FET, GAAFET. • Nanomagnetism • Magnetic Tunnel Junction MTJ • ReRAM Molecular Systems • Atomic and Molecular orbitals. • LCAO (Linear combination of atomic orbitals) • Conjugated Molecules and conduction • Conduction models for molecular wires. • Molecular transistor. • Redox centers and interaction with electric field. • Magnetic Molecules and interaction with magnetic field • Self-assembly techniques and nanoelectrodes fabrication. • Carbon-based electronics. • Graphene, CNT e CNTFET This course requires a final test that could be (upon choice) a project or an in-depth examination of one of the subject included in the program
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