(Purdue News) Rare element to provide better material for high-speed electronics
Jun 2018 | Featured Research
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University researchers have discovered a two-dimensional nanomaterial derived from the rare element tellurium that may change how infrared technology is used...
Jun 13, 2018: Purdue Research Foundation reported the news: "New 2-dimensional nanomaterial shows promise for high-speed electronics, defense tools and biochemical detection devices".
June 11, 2018: Our collaborative proposal with Prof. Muhammad Alam’s group at Purdue ECE and Prof. Gary Cheng's group at Purdue IE about nanomanufacturing of heterostructured nanodevices array for adaptive electronics is awarded an EFC-Future Manufacturing seed grant from the College of Engineering. We are grateful for the generous support from the College of Engineering to support our exciting research! Congratulations to our exceptional team!
May 24, 2018: Our recent work on discovering tellurene, a new 2D material that can be solution-manufactured and shows stable, excellent room-temperature transistor performance, has been highlighted by Purdue News, AAAS EurekAlert, Phys.org, Solid State Technology, Nanowerk, R&D Magazine, Electronic Component News, and many other media sources (The American Ceramic Society, Big Ten Academic Alliance BigScience Newswire, ACM Tech News).
May 18, 2018: Our research winning ACSE Sustainable Development Award was featured on Purdue’s College of Engineering website (https://engineering.purdue.edu/Engr/AboutUs/News/Spotlights/2018/wu-chen-team-wins-acse-sustainable-development-award)
May 15, 2018: Wenzhuo gives an invited talk at the 233rd ECS Meeting at Seattle; Thanks for the kind invitation, and the inspiring discussions!