Beyond-CMOS Nanodevices 1
Publication Date: May 2014 Hardback 528 pp.
This book offers a comprehensive review of the state of the art in innovative Beyond-CMOS nanodevices for developing novel functionalities, logic and memories dedicated to researchers, engineers and students.
It focuses on the interest of nanostructures and nanodevices (nanowires, small slope switches, 2D layers, nanostructured materials, etc.) for advanced More than Moore (RF-nanosensors-energy harvesters, on-chip electronic cooling, etc.) and Beyond-CMOS logic and memory applications. The convergence of More Moore and Beyond-CMOS, on the one hand, and the merging of More than Moore and Beyond-CMOS, on the other hand, have been widely studied in the scientific literature over recent years. This book provides a detailed review of the most recent advances in these fields which have gained a strong momentum for many applications.
The first of two books on this subject, it is primarily intended for societies, organizations and companies working in the micro/nanoelectronics and micro/nanosystems fields.
Part 1. Silicon Nanowire Biochemical Sensors
1. Fabrication of Nanowires, Jens Bolten, Per-Erik Hellström, Mikael Östling, Céline Ternon and Pauline Serre.
2. Functionalization of Si-Based NW FETs for DNA Detection, Valérie Stambouli, Céline Ternon, Pauline Serre and Louis Fradetal.
3. Sensitivity of Silicon Nanowire Biochemical Sensors, Pierpaolo Palestri, Mireille Mouis, Aryan Afzalian, Luca Selmi, Federico Pittino, Denis Flandre and Gérard Ghibaudo.
4. Integration of Silicon Nanowires with CMOS, Per-Erik Hellström, Ganesh Jayakumar and Mikael Östling.
5. Portable, Integrated Lock-in-Amplifier-Based System for Real-Time Impedimetric Measurements on Nanowires Biosensors, Michele Rossi and Marco Tartagni.
Part 2. New Materials, Devices and Technologies for Energy Harvesting
6. Vibrational Energy Harvesting, Luca Larcher, Saibal Roy, Dhiman Mallick, Pranay Podder, Massimo De Vittorio, Teresa Todaro, Francesco Guido, Alessandro Bertacchini, Ronan Hinchet, Julien Keraudy and Gustavo Ardila.
7. Thermal Energy Harvesting, Mireille Mouis, Emigdio Chávez-Ángel, Clivia Sotomayor-Torres, Francesc Alzina, Marius V. Costache, Androula G. Nassiopoulou, Katerina Valalaki, Emmanouel Hourdakis, Sergio O. Valenzuela, Bernard Viala, Dmitry Zakharov, Andrey Shchepetov and Jouni Ahopelto.
8. Nanowire Based Solar Cells, Mauro Zanuccoli, Anne Kaminski-Cachopo, Jérôme Michallon, Vincent Consonni, Igar Semenikhin, Mehdi Daanoune, Frédérique Ducroquet, David Kohen, Christine Morin and Claudio Fiegna.
9. Smart Energy Management and Conversion, Wensi Wang, James F. Rohan, Ningning Wang, Mike Hayes, Aldo Romani, Enrico Macrelli, Michele Dini, Matteo Filippi, Marco Tartagni and Denis Flandre.
Part 3.On-Chip Electronic Cooling
10. Tunnel Junction Electronic Coolers, Martin Prest, James Richardson-Bullock, Terry Whall, Evan Parker and David Leadley.
11. Silicon-Based Cooling Elements, David Leadley, Martin Prest, Jouni Ahopelto, Tom Brien, David Gunnarsson, Phil Mauskopf, Juha Muhonen, Maksym Myronov, Hung Nguyen, Evan Parker, Mika Prunnila, James Richardson-Bullock, Vishal Shah, Terry Whall and Qing-Tai Zhao.
12. Thermal Isolation Through Nanostructuring, David Leadley, Vishal Shah, Jouni Ahopelto, Francesc Alzina, Emigdio Chávez-Ángel, Juha Muhonen, Maksym Myronov, Androula G. Nassiopoulou, Hung Nguyen, Evan Parker, Jukka Pekola, Martin Prest, Mika Prunnila, Juan Sebastian Reparaz, Andrey Shchepetov, Clivia Sotomayor-Torres, Katerina Valalaki and Terry Whall.
Part 4. New Materials, Devices and Technologies for RF Applications
13. Substrate Technologies for Silicon-Integrated RF and mm-wave Passive Devices, Androula G. Nassiopoulou, Panagiotis Sarafis, Jean-Pierre Raskin, Hanza Issa, Philippe Ferrari.
14. Metal Nanolines and Antennas for RF and mm-wave Applications, Philippe Benech, Chuan-Lun Hsu, Gustavo Ardila, Panagiotis Sarafis and Androula G. Nassiopoulou.
15. Nanostructured Magnetic Materials for High-Frequency Applications, Saibal Roy, Jeffrey Godsell and Tuhin Maity.
About the Authors
Francis Balestra joined LPCS (Laboratory of Physics of Semiconductor Devices), Grenoble INP, France in 1982, where he was involved in research on the study, characterization, modeling, and simulation of the first fully depleted silicon-on-insulator and fully inverted multi-gate MOS transistors. He now works at IMEP (Institute of Microelectronics, Electromagnetism and Photonics), also at Grenoble INP in France, and has co-authored over 150 publications in international scientific journals, 250 communications at international conferences (more than 70 invited papers and review articles), and 30 books or individual chapters.