Sangkwon Lee

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High-quality gallium nitride nanowires have been synthesized via metal-initiated metalorganic chemical vapor deposition for the first time. Excellent substrate coverage was observed for wires prepared on silicon, c-plane, and a-plane sapphire substrates. The wires were formed via the vapor−liquid−solid mechanism with gold, iron, or nickel as growth(More)
Since the discovery of carbon nanotubes in 1991 (ref. 1), there have been significant research efforts to synthesize nanometre-scale tubular forms of various solids. The formation of tubular nanostructure generally requires a layered or anisotropic crystal structure. There are reports of nanotubes made from silica, alumina, silicon and metals that do not(More)
In search of opto-electronic nano materials, we often come across Gallium Nitride nanotubes (GaN-NT) with excellent electrical and optical characteristics. Gallium Nitride nanotubes are predominantly semiconducting and have been less explored in its application as a transistor channel through Density Functional Theory (DFT). Comparing Gallium Nitride(More)
The demands on higher bandwidth with reduced power consumption in mobile market are driving mobile DRAM to have advanced design techniques. Proposed LPDDR4 in this paper achieves over 30% improved power efficiency and over 4.3Gbps data rate with 1.1V supply voltage. These are challenging target comparing with that of LPDDR3. This works includes various(More)
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