Technology, Nanotechnology

- Jan 01, 2020

Saving Moore's Law by 3D integration with 2D materials

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

computer-chipBy selecting certain 2D materials and stacking them, according to the researchers, not only does the monolithic 3D conserve precious space on the chip, but also allows for configuration based on the combined electronic properties of the materials.

Associated Environmental Systems designs and manufactures environmental test chambers for many applications including RF blocking chambers for engineering tech such as circuits and mobile technology.

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