Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

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Hybrid Heterostructure Light-Emitting Devices

Conventional light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are made of an upper ‘p-type’ layer, a middle ‘intrinsic region’ and a bottom ‘n-type’ layer. Such layered structures are called PIN diodes. Curre...
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Zhenqiang Ma, Jung-Hun Seo | P140343US01

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Stretchable Transistors Using Carbon Nanotube Film

Stretchable electronics have many potential applications such as implantable biosensors, wearable devices and flexible displays. Yet critical components like transistors are still based on silicon. Ef...
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Michael Arnold, Feng Xu | P130386US01

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Block Copolymers for Sub-10 Nanometer Lithography

Block copolymer (BCP) lithography is one of the most powerful technologies of the digital electronics era, allowing millions of nanoscale components to be fabricated on a single chip. BCPs are made o...
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Padma Gopalan, Xiang Yu, Myungwoong Kim, Daniel Sweat | P140025US01

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Graphene Nanoribbons with Ultrasmooth Edges

Graphene is atomically thin carbon film with unrivaled high tech potential. One of the strongest and most conductive materials known, it is stronger than diamond but capable of bending like rubber and...
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Michael Arnold, Robert Jacobberger | P140329US01

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Flexible Thin-Film Transistors for Mass Production

Flexible electronics such as pliant displays, wearable electronics and new biomedical devices have gained popularity in recent years. Such devices are mounted on a supple plastic support layer and off...
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Zhenqiang Ma, Jung-Hun Seo | P150093US01

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Improved Nanotube Film for Field Effect Transistors and More

Semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes (s-SWCNTs) are key building blocks for nanoscale technologies given their interesting physical and chemical properties. They are especially promising for ...
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Michael Arnold, Harold Evensen, Gerald Brady, Padma Gopalan, Yongho Joo | P150242US01

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