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    • Atomistic study of three-leg molecular devices 

      Mahmoud A; Gagliardi A; Lugli P (Elsevier, 2015)
      Molecular electronics is one of the promising technologies for future electronic applications that is currently gaining a lot of interest. This is because if single molecule could be used as active electronic components ...
    • Atomistic study on dithiolated oligo-phenylenevinylene gated device 

      Mahmoud A; Lugli P (AMER INST PHYSICS, 2014)
      Thanks to their semiconducting behavior, conjugated molecules are considered as an attractive candidate for future electronic devices. Understanding the charge transport characteristics through such molecules for different ...
    • 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 ...
    • Designing the rectification behavior of molecular diodes 

      Mahmoud A; Lugli P (AMER INST PHYSICS, 2012)
      Thanks to major advances in chemical and fabrication processes, various electronic devices based on single molecules have been demonstrated. On the theoretical level, many attempts have been made to provide a clear view ...
    • First-principles study of a novel molecular rectifier 

      Mahmoud A; Lugli P (2013)
      Designing molecular structures to meet certain behavior has become an important step in the field of molecular electronics. Interestingly, linker groups between molecules and electrodes show a critical role in the ...
    • Physical unclonable functions based on crossbar arrays for cryptographic applications 

      Lugli P; Mahmoud A; Csaba G; Algasinger M; Stutzmann M; Ruhrmair U (WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2013)
      Due to their attractive, regular structure and their simple implementation, crossbar arrays have become one major emerging research area in the fields of nano-devices and electronic circuits. This paper discusses novel ...
    • Study on molecular devices with negative differential resistance 

      Mahmoud A; Lugli P (AMER INST PHYSICS, 2013)
      This paper provides a first-principles study for the transport behavior of molecular devices exhibiting wide bias range of negative differential resistance (NDR). The devices are composed of a diphenyl-dimethyl connected ...
    • Toward circuit modeling of molecular devices 

      Mahmoud A; Lugli P (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2014)
      Modeling and simulation tools play a crucial role in the rapid development of semiconductor technologies as they reduce the required prototype cycles and costs. Molecular electronic is one of the promising technologies ...