Didier Bouvet

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Several technologies with sub-lithographic features are targeting the fabrication of crossbar memories in which the nanowire decoder is playing a major role. In this paper, we suggest a way to reduce the decoder size and keep it defect tolerant by using multiple threshold voltages (<i>V</i><sub>T</sub>), which is enabled by our underlying technology. We(More)
—The fabrication of crossbar memories with sublitho-graphic features is expected to be feasible within several emerging technologies; in all of them, the nanowire (NW) decoder is a critical part since it bridges the sublithographic wires to the outer circuitry that is defined on the lithography scale. In this paper, we evaluate the addressing scheme of the(More)
—This work investigates a new method to measure mobility in nanowires. Based on a simple analytical approach and numerical simulations, we bring evidence that the traditional technique of Hall voltage measurement in low dimensional structures such as nanowires may generate large errors, while being challenging from a technological aspect. Here, we propose(More)
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