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Flexible and Transparent Memory

  • Author(s): KIM, SUNG MIN
  • Advisor(s): Wang, Kang L
  • et al.
Abstract

In this thesis, we present a graphene channel transistor based flexible and transparent memory (FTM) fabricated on Poly-ethylene-naphtalate (PEN) substrate. FTM samples were successfully fabricated through low temperature processes preventing substrate deformation. The injection of electrons into the trap sites of a triple high-k dielectric stack resulted in a memory window of more than 9.0V. The experimental results show great potential for FTM to be used as a memory cell for fully flexible and transparent electronics. Furthermore, FTM might enable making a breakthrough in innovative design for electronics that has been impossible when using stiff and opaque substrates.

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