Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Department of Hybrid Electronic Systems

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Franz Kreupl

Our research focuses on the utilization of nano- and carbon-based materials in a wide range of electronic applications. Engineered functional nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes, nanowires and other carbon-based materials - like graphenic carbon materials - have the potential to significantly improve the performance of electronic devices, sensors, interconnects, energy- and information storage devices. At the same time, carbon-based materials may offer a route towards a more sustainable form of materials used in engineering - a form which relies less on the precious limited natural resources.

Our efforts to create new functional devices bridge classical electrical engineering with material science and physics.

The Department of Hybrid Electronic Systems is associated with the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and forms a research and teaching unit with the Chair of Technical Electronics.

News

Wanted: Postdoc for CNT Growth in BMBF Project

Hard-working candidates with exceptional experimental skills apply at hes@ei.tum.de.

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The carbon-nanotube computer has arrived - article published in Nature

The most complex electronic device yet built from carbon nanotubes has been demonstrated. The system is a functional universal computer, and represents a significant advance in the field of emerging electronic materials. Read more here.

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Carbon nanotubes finally deliver - article published in Nature

A carbon-nanotube transistor has been made that performs better than the best conventional silicon analogues. The result propels these devices to the forefront of future microchip technologies. Read more here.

CMOS without dopants: Reconfigurable Silicon Nanowire Transistors

New paper in Nano Letters