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The Nanoelectronics Group (NeG), established in 2002 at the Electrical Engineering Department, University of British Columbia, is dedicated to studying nanoscale electronic devices. It is presently involved in research related to carbon nanotube (CN) physics and devices. The group's efforts are focused on predicting the performance of carbon nanotube field-effect transistors (CNFETs), via numerical simulations and compact modeling. Other UBC groups affiliated with NeG, such as the Molecular Mechatronics Lab, are involved with fabrication and characterization of related devices.
Effect of Single-Biomolecule Adsorption on the Electrical Properties of Short Carbon Nanotubes
Conference Paper | Nanotechnology, 2008. Nano '08. 8th IEEE Conference on
Is there an Opportunity for Carbon Nanotube FETs in Very-High-Frequency Applications?
Conference Paper | Device Research Conference, 2008
Common-emitter and common-base small-signal operation of the transistor laser
Journal Article | Applied Physics Letters
Examination of the high-frequency capability of carbon nanotube FETs
Journal Article | Solid -State Electronics
Small-signal modeling of the transistor laser in common-emitter and common-base configurations
Conference Paper | IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society, 2008. LEOS 2008. 21st Annual Meeting of the
|David Pulfrey||Professor Emeritus|