Meisam Rahmani

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Recent development of trilayer graphene nanoribbon Schottky-barrier field-effect transistors (FETs) will be governed by transistor electrostatics and quantum effects that impose scaling limits like those of Si metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors. The current-voltage characteristic of a Schottky-barrier FET has been studied as a function of(More)
Graphene has attracted great interest because of unique properties such as high sensitivity, high mobility, and biocompatibility. It is also known as a superior candidate for pH sensing. Graphene-based ion-sensitive field-effect transistor (ISFET) is currently getting much attention as a novel material with organic nature and ionic liquid gate that is(More)
Graphene is considered as an excellent biosensing material due to its outstanding and unique electronic properties such as providing large area detection, ultra-high mobility and ambipolar field-effect characteristic. In this paper, general conductance model of DNA sensor-based graphene is obtained, and the electrical performance of nanostructured(More)
Graphene nanoribbon (GNR), a superior material with two-dimensional structure and monolayer honeycomb of carbon, is noteworthy and important in all fields’ mainly electronic, chemistry, biology, physics and nanotechnology. Recently, observing about sensors demonstrates that for better accuracy, faster response time and enlarged sensitivity, it needs to be(More)
The approaching scaling of Field Effect Transistors (FETs) in nanometer scale assures the smaller dimension, low-power consumption, very large computing power, low energy delay product and high density as well as high speed in processor. Trilayer graphene nanoribbon with different stacking arrangements (ABA and ABC) indicates different electrical(More)
Graphene is an attention-grabbing material in electronics, physics, chemistry, and even biology because of its unique properties such as high surface-area-to-volume ratio. Also, the ability of graphene-based materials to continuously tune charge carriers from holes to electrons makes them promising for biological applications, especially in lipid(More)
In recent years, carbon nanotubes have received widespread attention as promising carbon-based nanoelectronic devices. Due to their exceptional physical, chemical, and electrical properties, namely a high surface-to-volume ratio, their enhanced electron transfer properties, and their high thermal conductivity, carbon nanotubes can be used effectively as(More)
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