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Nanowire-based one-dimensional electronics

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 15783

  • Start date

    1 September 2005

  • End date

    31 August 2009

Funded under:

FP6-IST

  • Overall budget:

    € 14 434 113

  • EU contribution

    € 9 496 000

Coordinated by:

LUNDS UNIVERSITET

Sweden

Objective

NODE focuses on an innovative bottom-up approach to fabrication and integration of nanoelectronic devices, based on self-assembling semiconductor nanowires. The primary target is to deliver replacement and add-on technologies to silicon CMOS, such as FET devices for logics and III-V bipolar transistors for RF applications. NODE will study key device families based on semiconductor nanowires, assess their compatibility with conventional semiconductor processing, and evaluate novel architectural concepts and their implementation scenarios.

It is the overall objective of the NODE Integrated Project to demonstrate that nanowire-based device technology is the disruptive technology needed for long-term innovation and growth in the electronics industry. NODE hereby takes on the challenge as formulated in the IST Work Programme: "breaking new barriers with current CMOS technology below 10 nanometres as well as the exploration of alternative materials". The partners are leading academic groups in nanowire research and semiconductor nanofabrication, research laboratories from major European electronics industries (Philips, IBM and Infineon), an SME-company specialized in nanowire device technology (QuMat), as well as a major European Si-technology research centre (IMEC). This coverage of the entire science-technology-application chain among the partners ensures early access for the European electronics industry to the knowledge generated within NODE, and maximizes the likelihood of effective exploitation of its results.

At the end of the project, a selection of the most promising nanowire technologies will have been made and the incorporation of nanowire devices into Si-technology demonstrated. It is further expected that the knowledge gained will support other European science and technology efforts, e.g. in quantum information technology, in opto-electronics, photo-voltaics, and general lighting, as well as in nanomechanics (NEMS), sensors and bio-medical application.

Coordinator

LUNDS UNIVERSITET

Address

Paradisgatan 5c
221 00 Lund

Sweden

Participants (11)

BAYERISCHE JULIUS-MAXIMILIANS UNIVERSIT?W?RZBURG

Germany

COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE

France

IBM RESEARCH GMBH

Switzerland

INTERUNIVERSITAIR MICRO-ELEKTRONICA CENTRUM

Belgium

MAX-PLANCK GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER WISSENSCHAFTEN E.V.

Germany

PHILIPS ELECTRONICS NEDERLAND B.V.

Netherlands

PHILIPS INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS NV

Belgium

QIMONDA DRESDEN GMBH & CO.OHG

Germany

QUMAT TECHNOLOGIES AB

Sweden

SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE

Italy

TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT

Netherlands

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 15783

  • Start date

    1 September 2005

  • End date

    31 August 2009

Funded under:

FP6-IST

  • Overall budget:

    € 14 434 113

  • EU contribution

    € 9 496 000

Coordinated by:

LUNDS UNIVERSITET

Sweden