He Qian

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Three-dimensional (3D) integration and multi-level cell (MLC) are two attractive technologies to achieve ultra-high density for mass storage applications. In this work, a three-layer 3D vertical AlOδ/Ta2O5-x/TaOy resistive random access memories were fabricated and characterized. The vertical cells in three layers show good uniformity and high performance(More)
Transmitter switching can provide resiliency and robustness to a communication system with multiple energy harvesting transmitters. However, excessive transmitter switching will bring heavy control overhead. In this paper, a geometric projection-based transmitter switching policy is proposed for a communication system with multiple energy harvesting(More)
There are two critical challenges which determine the array density of 3D RRAM: 1) the scaling limit in both horizontal and vertical directions; 2) the integration of selector devices in 3D structure. In this work, we present a novel 3D RRAM structure using low-dimensional materials, including 2D graphene and 1D carbon nanotube (CNT), as the edge(More)
Corynebacterium glutamicum ATCC13032 and Brevibacterium flavum JV16 were engineered for l-valine production by over-expressing ilvEBN r C genes at 31 °C in 72 h fermentation. Different strategies were carried out to reduce the by-products’ accumulation in l-valine fermentation and also to increase the availability of precursor for l-valine biosynthesis. The(More)
Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) has been attracting much attentions due to its excellent electrical and optical properties. We report here the synthesis of large-scale and uniform MoS2 nanosheets with vertically standing morphology using chemical vapor deposition method. TEM observations clearly reveal the growth mechanism of these vertical structures. It is(More)
Ever since its discovery, graphene bears great expectations in high frequency electronics due to its irreplaceably high carrier mobility. However, it has long been blamed for the weakness in generating gains, which seriously limits its pace of development. Distributed amplification, on the other hand, has successfully been used in conventional(More)