INSPIRE Grant Report by Dr. Violetta Sessi - RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center, Kobe, Japan

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cfaed researcher Dr. Violetta Sessi, postdoc at the Chair of Nanoelectronic Materials / Prof. Thomas Mikolajick, was awarded an cfaed INSPIRE Grant within the 03/2015 call. She spent 5 weeks in the group of Dr. Urs Frey (Frey Initiative Research Unit) at the RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center in Kobe, Japan. The stay was funded together with the Graduate Academy Dresden. The project, in collaboration with the group of Prof. Andreas Hierlemann at ETH Zürich, focused on the integration of silicon nanowire transistors in CMOS circuits, a topic of large interest at cfaed's Silicon Nanowire Research Path. First research outcomes will be shown at the MicroTAS 2016 Conference, 9-13 October 2016, Dublin, Ireland.

A special thanks goes to Dr. Florent Seichepine, now at Imperial College London.

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