Duy-Vu Pham

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The ambition of printing item-level RFID tags is one of the driving forces behind printed electronics research. Organic RFID tags have been shown, initially using p-type organic semiconductors [1–4]. The introduction of n-type organic semiconductors with reasonable performance made organic CMOS conceivable [5] and organic CMOS RFID tags were shown [6].(More)
The Internet of Things is driving extensive efforts to develop intelligent everyday objects. This requires seamless integration of relatively simple electronics, for example through 'stick-on' electronics labels. We believe the future evolution of this technology will be governed by Wright's Law, which was first proposed in 1936 and states that the cost of(More)
The speed performance of undoped double-gate CMOS with a gate-source/drain underlap structure is investigated using a 2D device and compact model simulation. The gate-source/drain underlap structure yields optimal characteristics and shows robustness to process variation when the structure is optimized
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