Field Effect Transistors from Graphene Nanoribbons

New results on Graphene Nanoribbons are presented in the paper “Field-Effect Transistors Based on Networks of Highly Aligned, Chemically Synthesized N = 7 Armchair Graphene Nanoribbons”, a collaboration between AMO, RWTH Aachen University, University of Cologne and UC Berkeley. The work has recently been published in ACS Applied Materials Interfaces.

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AMO with Graphene pavilion at Mobile World Congress

The Graphene Flagship returns to the Mobile World Congress, bringing with it the next generation of mobile technologies. Step into the Graphene Pavilion and enter the fascinating world of graphene and related materials in an exhibition designed to bring these materials to life. Discover how they can be made in the large-scale in the Graphene Knowledge Centre and experience cutting-edge new technologies, with interactive demonstrations in Sensors and IoT, Wearables and Health, Datacom and Energy. AMO and RWTH Aachen University will present ultrafast graphene based photodetectors and fully flexible logic and RF circuits for future 5G and IoT applications.

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Reaching Alpha Centauri with Graphene solar sails?

ESA-backed experiment published in the renowned Materials World magazine: Within the European Graphene Flagship project a team of students around Santiago José Cartamil-Bueno, research associate at AMO GmbH Aachen, recently completed experiments at the ZARM Drop Tower in Bremen to test the potential of graphene in space-like microgravity as a solar sail material as part of European Space Agency (ESA) Drop Your Thesis! programme.

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AMO wishes Merry Christmas and a happy New Year 2018!

The year is coming to an end.
We would like to use this opportunity to express
gratitude for your confidence in us and the good cooperation in the past year.
We wish you and your family a
Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year 2018!


Researcher’s meeting on wonder material Graphene

AMO GmbH and RWTH are hosting the flagship meeting with 150 experts from all over Europe

From December 18 to 20, 2017 AMO GmbH together with RWTH Aachen are holding a meeting on the „Graphene Flagship“ Research project at Forum M, Buchkremer Straße 1-7, 52062 Aachen. More than 150 scientists from 23 European countries are expected. This meeting of the project division „Electronics and Photonics Integration“ focuses on the current state of research as well as future goals.

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Prof. Scott Bunch
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Division of Materials Science and Engineering
Boston University 

„Atomic Membranes“

Thursday, December 21, 2017
4 – 5.00 pm

RWTH Aachen University, Physik Gebäude, Room 28B110

Project Meeting of FET open project Phase Change Switch

Six European research partners, EPFL Lausanne, IBM Research Zurich, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Thales Research and Technology, University of Cambridge and AMO met in Aachen for a mutual information exchange about their latest research results within the European project Phase Change Switch. Already at a very early stage of the project the common information transfer was fruitful and enables a positive view to a successful project in future.     [read more »]

AMO joins Silicon Photonics alliance ePIXfab

This month AMO’s R&D foundry services joint ePIXfab – the European Silicon Photonics Alliance. The mission statement of ePIXfab is the promotion of silicon photonics science, technology and applications. ePIXfab represents the European silicon photonics community, organizes training activities, creates opportunities for collaborative research projects and defines technology road maps. It started as a technology broker for multi-project wafer (MPW) services in 2006, but has since evolved into an open alliance of European institutions and companies with currently 30 members.

AMO’s customized wafer run R&D services for silicon and silicon nitride photonics are now promoted via the ePIXfab platform and brought to a broader range of research and innovation partners.

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Dr.-Ing. Georg Rademacher
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Tokyo, Japan

„Space-division multiplexing: recent achievements and fundamental challenges“

Friday November 24, 2017
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