Micro-electronics & Nano-electronics

  • Low dimensional electronic and optoelectronic devices
  • Quantum engineering
  • Oxide Electronics
  • Power Electronics
  • Non-crystalline materials and devices

Research in the Micro and Nano-electronics is carried out at the level of the key “building blocks” of electronics, such as transistors, diodes, memristors, and memory cells. The field is at the intersection between physics, chemistry & materials science and circuits, architecture & systems. As such, the research combines fundamental and applied aspects, for example by leveraging unique properties of materials for certain applications and functions, or deepening the understanding of the principle of operation of devices by advanced characterization. The Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technion includes advanced micro-fabrication and characterization facilities, both at the micro-nano fabrication unit (MNFU) and at the principal investigators’ labs. The research is carried out in a wide range of topics, including organic materials devices (e.g. for transparent and flexible electronics), nano-materials and oxide electronics, logic and memory devices, power devices, quantum engineering devices, micro and nano electro mechanical systems (MEMS\NEMS), and more.

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How does light propagate in integrated circuits on chips?
Feb 04,2024

How does light propagate in integrated circuits on chips?

The field of photonic integrated circuits focuses on the miniaturization of photonic elements and their integration in photonic chips...
Congratulations to Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky on receiving a grant from the European Research Council
Jan 29,2024

Congratulations to Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky on receiving a grant from the European Research Council

The ERC’s mission is to encourage the highest quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier...
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