In-situ Electron Microscopy of Memristive Devices

Project: Research project

Description

Scope of work: Title of Proposal: Electron Microscopy of Resistive Switching Devices Lead Organization: Carnegie Mellon University, Prof. Marek Skowronski ASU will host a student working in this project at CMU, for one month per year, to perform characterization studies. Research at ASU will involve detail studies of the microstructure (TEM, XRD), the electronic properties (Electron holography in the TEM) and the optical properties (Cathodoluminescence imaging and time resolved luminescence spectroscopy); all of these carried out at the nanometer scale. A correlation between these properties will lead us to formulate the physics behind crystal growth and device performance carried out at CMU.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date8/1/147/31/17

Funding

  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $60,720.00

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electron microscopy
transmission electron microscopy
cathodoluminescence
holography
students
proposals
crystal growth
luminescence
optical properties
microstructure
physics
electronics
spectroscopy
electrons