Aleandro Antidormi

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Molecular QCA are considered among the most promising beyond CMOS devices. Frequency as well as self-assembly characteristics are the features that make them most attractive. Several challenges restrain them for being exploited from a practical point of view in the near future, not only for the difficulties at the technological level, but for the(More)
Porous Si/eumelanin hybrids are a novel class of organic-inorganic hybrid materials that hold considerable promise for photovoltaic applications. Current progress toward device setup is, however, hindered by photocurrent stability issues, which require a detailed understanding of the mechanisms underlying the buildup and consolidation of the(More)
Nanowire Field Effect Transistors (FETs) with multiple independent gates around a silicon channel feature ultimate gate control and are regarded as promising candidates for next generation transistors. Being inherently more complex than conventional gate-all-around nanowire FETs, they require longer simulation times, especially with numerical simulations.(More)
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