Commercializing Next-Generation 2D Semiconductors in Practice

■ Natural Sciences / Commercializing Next-Generation 2D Semiconductors in Practice The research team led by Professor Seongil Im developed a 2D super-thin nano CMOS device. The research team led by Professor Seongil Im at the Department of Physics, Yonsei University, successfully converted the conductivity type of a transistor device on a selective manner based on a single 2D semiconductor piece, using a stable hydrogen doping method so called atomic layer deposition. This indicates that the potentials for commercialization of 2D semiconductor devices have significantly improved. Monolayer molybdenum ditelluride (MoTe2) is a transition metal dichalcogenide composite, one of the most well-known 2D semiconductor materials. Since MoTe2 … Continue reading Commercializing Next-Generation 2D Semiconductors in PracticeRead More →