|About this Abstract
||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Recent Advancement on Stretchable and Wearable Electronics
||RF Devices based on 2D Materials for Flexible and Wearable Electronics
||Matthew l. Chin, Alex Mazzoni, Pankaj Shah, Robert Burke, Madan Dubey, Barbara Nichols
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
With the push for low-power electronics that can be integrated into flexible and conformal environments, alternatives to traditional, rigid silicon electronics are being explored. Two-dimensional materials have shown great promise and have been demonstrated as a possible candidate for use in low-power, flexible, and transparent electronic circuits. We present a process and proof-of-concepts for RF devices using large-area, chemical vapor deposition (CVD)-grown MoS2 on a flexible polyimide substrate. CVD-grown MoS2 in combination with spin-on polyimide processes has provided a possible route for fabricating 2D-based flexible RF circuits outside of just the laboratory environment. DC and RF electrical measurements were made on transistor structures fabricated with this process. The performance of these devices are reported in the presentation.
||Planned: TMS Journal: Journal of Electronic Materials