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  • Conductance Enhancement of InAs/InP Heterostructure Nanowires by Surface Functionalization with Oligo(phenylene vinylene)s 

    Schukfeh MI; Storm K; Mahmoud A; Sondergaard RR; Szwajca A; Hansen A; Hinze P; Weimann T; Svensson SF; Bora A; Dick KA; Thelander C; Krebs FC; Lugli P; Samuelson L; Tornow M (AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 2013)
    We have investigated the electronic transport through 3 mu m long, 45 nm diameter InAs nanowires comprising a 5 nm long InP segment as electronic barrier. After assembly of 12 nm long oligo(phenylene vinylene) derivative ...
  • Electron-phonon scattering in molecular wires 

    Pecchia A; Gagliardi A; Carlo A; Frauenheim T; Lugli P (IEEE, 2004)
    In the present work we investigate the influence of molecular vibrations on the tunneling of electrons through a molecular wire, sandwiched in between two gold contacts. The molecular vibrations are treated quantum-mechanically ...
  • The influence of thermal fluctuations on the electronic transport of alkeno-thiolates 

    Pecchia A; Gheorghe M; Latessa L; Di Carlo A; Lugli P (2004)
    In this paper, we investigate the influence of molecular vibrations on the tunneling of electrons through alkeno-thiolates of varying lengths sandwiched in between two gold contacts. The study is confined to the elastic ...
  • Modeling of circuits and architectures for molecular electronics 

    Lugli P; Csaba G; Erlen C (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2009)
    The considerable progress of recent years have demonstrated the potential of molecular electronics to first enhance the capabilities of silicon electronics and, possibly, to substitute it when the intrinsic physical limits ...
  • Molecular electronics on its way to RF 

    Albert E; Erlen C; Locci S; Lugli P (IEEE, 2010)
    Molecular devices have lately attracted increasing attention due to some appealing features such as their low production cost, flexibility in the substrate choice, possibility of large area deployment, and possibly higher ...
  • Planar Nanogap Electrodes by Direct Nanotransfer Printing 

    Strobel S; Harrer S; Blanco GP; Scarpa G; Abstreiter G; Lugli P; Tornow M (WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH, 2009)
    The fabrication of planar nanogap electrodes on a silicon substrate, using direct high-resolution metal nanotransfer printing (nTP) was investigated. Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) molds were obtained by growing a ...
  • Read-out design rules for molecular crossbar architectures 

    Csaba G; Lugli P (2009)
    This paper investigates the behavior of large-scale crossbar memory arrays, built from molecular switches. We construct SPICE models based on experimental I(V) curves and investigate how critical circuit parameters (read-out ...
  • Silicon based nanogap device for investigating electronic transport through 12 nm long oligomers 

    Strobel S; Bundgaard E; Norrman K; Krebs F; Albert E; Csaba G; Lugli P; Hansen A; Tornow M (IEEE, 2009)
    We have fabricated vertical nanogap electrode devices based on Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) substrates for investigating the electronic transport properties of long, conjugated molecular wires. Our nanogap electrode devices ...