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    • Circuit and system implementations of molecular devices 

      Lugli P; Abdellah A; Albert E; Csaba G; Erlen C; Fabel B; Gong Q; Scarpa G; Chan-Park M; Divina P (IEEE, 2009)
      We illustrate a couple of circuit implementations of molecular devices, chosen as representative examples in the growing field of molecular electronics. On the one side, we discuss the performance of organic thin film ...
    • Design and simulation of novel architectures for nanodevices 

      Csaba G; Erlen C; Pra M; Lugli P (IEEE, 2007)
      This paper shows how circuit and architecture level simulations can be applied in nanoelectronics. The methodology is illustrated with two examples: passive crossbar memories (made from ZnO or molecular rectifiers) and ...
    • 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 ...
    • Trapping effects in organic thin film transistors 

      Erlen C; Brunetti F; Lugli P; Fiebig M; Schiefer S; Nickel B (IEEE Operations Center, 2006)
      We report the fabrication of pentacene thin film transistors with a mobility of 2.17 cm/Vs which is challenging amorphous silicon. Next to device mobility, large hysteresis in the IV characteristics has been an obstacle ...