The UNIVPM team has just published a journal article in Physica B: Condensed Matter about their work on the asymmetric behaviour of charge transport in the geometric diodes designed in the GreEnergy project.
In brief, they have developed a full-wave Time-Dependent Schrödinger Equation (TDSE) approach to model coherent transport in a two-dimensional geometric diode, which can be used to optimize diodes performance.
Full article is available for download by clicking here.
Andreas Hemmetter, PhD student at AMO GmbH and RWTH Aachen University, gladly gave an invited talk entitled "Flexible Electronics with 2D Materials" at the ICOS-International Cooperation On Semiconductors Workshop, held in Grenoble on 26-28 April 2023.
During his presentation, Andreas nicely introduced the benefits of 2D materials in terms of flexibility and frequency response, making them prime candidates for enabling a new generation of flexible, wearable electronic devices. He also highlighted the recent advances in 2D materials-based electronics fabrication achieved at AMO, including the work done within the GreEnergy project, with a special focus on devices on flexible substrates.
The first ICOS workshop was organised to gather an overview of the strategies of different leading countries in the field of semiconductors and identify possible future international collaborations to maximise synergies on topics of mutual interests.
For more info, you can download Andreas' presentation slides here.
After the fruitful 2022 edition, GreEnergy will participate again in the 3rd edition of the "Low-TRL Renewable Energy Technologies" collaborative workshop which will be held as part of the Sustainable Places SP2023 Conference on 14-16 June.
This collaborative workshop will bring together the other R&D projects funded under the same EU Horizon 2020 call than GreEnergy, enabling for future cooperation and synergies between projects.
More info coming soon: stay tuned!
AMO GmbH has contributed to the Roadmap on Energy Harvesting Materials, which is a collaborative work and huge effort from 116 authors from all over the world!
In the specific section "2D Materials for radiofrequency energy harvesting", the status of the field has been reviewed, and the challenges as well as the advances that are needed to meet the challenges have been discussed, which is also an inspiration for our GreEnergy project.
The full paper is available in open access using this link: enjoy the reading!
After the successful workshop "Low-TRL Renewable Energy Technologies" organised as part of the Sustainable Places (SP2022) conference which gathered 12 EU-funded Horizon 2020 projects (all funded under the same H2020 call than GreEnergy), a workshop's summary paper has been published in the SP2022 collection in Open Research Europe.
This summary paper gives an overview of the concepts, approaches and key results achieved so far for each of the challenging project represented at the workshop. It also highlights synergies between these research projects, which are all dedicated to develop and demonstrate innovative, cost-competitive and environmentally safe technologies, and presents potential future cooperation.
The full paper (DOI: 10.12688/openreseurope.15276.1) is available on the Open Research Europe platform using this link.