LaSiOx- and Al2O3-Inserted Low-Temperature Gate-Stacks for Improved BTI Reliability in 3-D Sequential Integration KU Leuven
Label-Free Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as Multimodal Contrast Agents in Cells Using Multi-Photon and Magnetic Resonance Imaging KU Leuven
Introduction: The inherent fluorescence properties of iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) were characterized, and their applicability for multiphoton imaging in cells was tested in combination with their magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) capabilities.Methods: Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles were synthesized and subsequently coated with polyethylene glycol to make them water-dispersible. Further characterization of the particles was ...
Formation of controllable pH gradients inside microchannels by using light-addressable electrodes KU Leuven
Investigation of the Impact of Hot-Carrier-Induced Interface State Generation on Carrier Mobility in nMOSFET KU Leuven
Modeling of Repeated FET Hot-Carrier Stress and Anneal Cycles Using Si-H Bond Dissociation/Passivation Energy Distributions KU Leuven
GaN power IC design using the MIT virtual source GaNFET compact model with gate leakage and V-T instability effect KU Leuven
Magnetic random access memory (MRAM) is gaining intensive interest for embedded and stand-alone memory applications. Its inherent non-volatility is believed to address the large stand-by energy consumption issues in the present memory hierarchy. In recent years, the spin-transfer torque (STT)-MRAM has gradually matured and started to appear in the market. Typically, STT writing of perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction (pMTJ) is limited to a few ...