Realisation of non-volatile memory devices using small organic molecules and polymer
This output led to an EPSRC research grant funding EP/E047785/1 (£207k) and a CASE studentship (with direct support from the National Physical Lab, (Dr Josephs-Franks, Patrick.Josephs-Franks@npl.co.uk). Research related to this output also led to an invitation to be guest editor of the Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society A, three invited talks (Electronic Processes in Organic Materials, Crimea, Ukraine; Printed Electronics Europe 2007, Cambridge, UK and XVI International Materials Research Congress, Cancun, Mexico, 2007) and an invitation to organise and chair a special session on “Recent development in electrical writable organic memory devices” for CIMTEC08 (Italy).
Citation : Paul, S. (2007) Realisation of Non-volatile Memory Devices using Small Organic Molecules and Polymer. IEEE Transactions On Nanotechnology, 6(2), pp. 191-195.
ISSN : 1536-125X
Research Group : Emerging Technologies Research Centre
Research Institute : Institute of Engineering Sciences (IES)