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This work focuses on the influence of the gate spacer offset width (L<sub>offset</sub>) on SOI MOSFET high frequency (HF) properties. For this purpose, the DC simulated results were calibrated on experimental data of a 130 nm SOI partially depleted technology. Variations of L<sub>offset</sub> were subsequently applied to study its impact on different HF(More)
We report on zero field cooled magnetization relaxation experiments on a concentrated frozen ferrofluid exhibiting a low temperature superspin glass transition. With a method initially developed for spin glasses, we investigate the field dependence of the relaxations that take place after different aging times. We extract the typical number of correlated(More)
We show how to design an optimal camera aperture for a given display aperture defined on an arbitrary spatial or spatio-temporal sampling lattice. This is achieved by determining the reciprocal Riesz basis for the vector space of displayed images. The result can be used to specify ideal virtual cameras for a number of applications such as regularized image(More)
In this paper we investigate the superspin glass behavior of a concentrated assembly of interacting maghemite nanoparticles and compare it to that of canonical atomic spin glass systems. ac versus temperature and frequency measurements show evidence of a superspin glass transition taking place at low temperature. In order to fully characterize the superspin(More)
In this paper, high frequency (HF) noise performance of 65nm SOI n-MOSFETs, initially fabricated on rigid substrate and subsequently reported on flexible substrate (plastic), is presented for the first time. AC and noise performance is extracted from S-parameters measurements performed up to 110 GHz and noise measurements in 6-40 GHz frequency range,(More)
Maghemite (γ-Fe2O3) nanoparticles (NPs) can be successfully dispersed in a protic ionic liquid, ethylammonium nitrate (EAN), by transfer from aqueous dispersions into EAN. As the aqueous systems are well controlled, several parameters can be tuned. Their crucial role towards the interparticle potential and the structure of the dispersions is evidenced: (i)(More)
Dielectric spectroscopy can be used to determine the dipole moment of colloidal particles from which important interfacial electrokinetic properties, for instance their zeta potential, can be deduced. Unfortunately, dielectric spectroscopy measurements are hampered by electrode polarization (EP). In this article, we review several procedures to compensate(More)
To shed light on the origin of colloidal stability in ionic liquids,we focus on a model colloidal system (maghemite nanoparticles) in which surface charge and counterion nature can be controlled at will. We thus evidence the crucial role of interfacial features on dispersion quality in a standard ionic liquid, ethylammonium nitrate.