Published on Fri, 03 Mar 2017
cfaed’s Resilience Path (RES) organizes a one-day Symposium on Resilient Systems at cfaed, TU Dresden on April 21. Participants will have an excellent opportunity to discuss with them actual topics in the field. Be part of this event and forward this information to everybody who might be interested. More Information here.
Registration is open now - hurry up as the number of available slots is limited.
The Resilience Path investigates the implications of hardware and software faults on the design of resilient systems for next-generation computing platforms. Safe and secure systems are designed and built against these faults.
Published on Wed, 01 Mar 2017
As part of an international team, cfaed scientists around Francesca Moresco and Justus Krüger from the Organic/ Polymer Research Path (Chair of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, Prof. G. Cuniberti) have used scanning tunneling microscopy to put hexacene molecules on the map. Their publication “Imaging the electronic structure of on-surface generated hexacene” has been featured on the front cover of the most recent Chemical Communication issue.
Read more … Hexacene on the Map and Cover of Chem Comm
Published on Fri, 24 Feb 2017
Congratulations to cfaed Research Group Leader Dr. Marco Zimmerling (Networked Embedded Systems Group), who was announced as the winner of the European Design and Automation Association (EDAA) Outstanding Dissertations Award (ODA) 2016! Dr. Marco Zimmerling was distinguished in “Topic 1 - New directions in software design and optimization for embedded, cyber-physical and secure systems” for his dissertation thesis “End-to-end Predictability and Efficiency in Low-power Wireless Networks”, which he completed at ETH Zürich. Dr. Zimmerling has been leading cfaed's Networked Embedded Systems Group since November 2015.
Read more … Dr. Marco Zimmerling Receives the EDAA Outstanding Dissertations Award 2016!
Published on Tue, 21 Feb 2017
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The Computational Nanoelectronics Group of cfaed's new Independent Research Group Leader Dr. Frank Ortmann in collaboration with international partners have investigated the polaron relaxation within organic solar cells. Their results indicate a change in paradigm towards considering this quantum effect appropriately. The work was published in the ACS - Journal of the American Chemical Society in January 2017.
Read more … Organic Thin Film Devices: Relaxation Energy Strongly Determined by Laws of Quantum Theory
Published on Fri, 03 Feb 2017
in PRESS RELEASES
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Dresden, Germany, February 3, 2017A team of scientists from the Nanoelectronic Materials Laboratory (NaMLab gGmbH) and the Cluster of Excellence Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) at the Dresden University of Technology have demonstrated the world-wide first transistor based on germanium that can be programmed between electron- (n) and hole- (p) conduction. Transistors based on germanium can be operated at low supply voltages and reduced power consumption, due to the low band gap compared to silicon. Additionally, the realized germanium based transistors can be reconfigured between electron and hole conduction based on the voltage applied to one of the gate electrodes. This enables to realize circuits with lower transistor count compared to state-of-the-art CMOS technologies.
Read more … Back to the roots: Germanium outperforms silicon in energy efficient transistors with n- und p- conduction
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