Book chapter by AMO in the Springer Handbook of Semiconductor Devices

The GreEnergy colleagues from AMO, Zhenxing Wang, Daniel Neumaier and Max Lemme have recently published a book chapter entitled “Carbon-Based Field-Effect Transistors”, which is included in the "Springer Handbook of Semiconductor Devices”.

The chapter contains a detailed overview on graphene and carbon nanotube (CNT) based transistors and integrated circuits, suitable for getting an introduction into the field.

The book chapter (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-79827-7_25) is accessible (under restriction depending on your institution) using this link.

Welcome to Per Rudquist, our new GreEnergy Project Coordinator

We are happy to welcome Ass. Prof. Per Rudquist who has just joined GreEnergy as project coordinator!

Per Rudquist is at the department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience at Chalmers University of Technology. His research interests include physics and device physics of chiral liquid crystals, with focus on optics, electrooptic effects, and applications. He is also co-founder of the company Orthocone Innovation Technologies AB (Gothenburg, Sweden), developing orthoconic antiferroelectric liquid crystals and applications.

In GreEnergy, Per will be the intermediary between the consortium and the European Commission and will be responsible for EC reporting and the scientific coordination, ensuring productive collaboration between the consortium partners and successful progress of the project!

Per succeeds Dr. Yifeng Fu who has just left Chalmers University of Technology to join the Novo Energy company (Gothenburg, Sweden), after coordinating GreEnergy for one year. All consortium partners warmly thank Yifeng for his commitment, efforts and great contribution to the project, and wish him all the best for his future career in industry!

Welcome to Elaheh and Emiliano in GreEnergy!

The GreEnergy consortium is glad to welcome two new members in the UNIVPM team (Ancona, Italy)!

Dr. Elaheh Mohebbi is a postdoctoral researcher in materials science and engineering in the Department of Materials, Environmental Sciences and Urban Planning at UNIVPM. In GreEnergy, she will mainly collaborate with the Department of Information Engineering (DII) at UNIVPM and work on high-throughput simulation and first-principles computational modelling of the graphene-based geometric diodes developed in the project.

She will work closely with Prof. Emiliano Laudadio from the Department of Materials, Environmental Sciences and Urban Planning at UNIVPM, who has also a background in materials science and engineering. Prof. Emiliano Laudadio will work in GreEnergy using first-principle computational methodologies to model and simulate graphene-based diodes. He will also consider all material types involved in the project and their role on the performance of the developed devices.

GreEnergy at SP2022: workshop recording

Prof. Davide Mencarelli gladly represented the GreEnergy project at the collaborative workshop entitled "Low-TRL Renewable Energy Technologies" which was organised as part of the 10th annual edition of Sustainable Places (SP2022) conference on 8 September 2022.

This collaborative workshop brought together 12 other EU-funded Horizon 2020 projects (all funded under the same H2020 call than GreEnergy), and should enable for future cooperation and synergies between these research projects - all dedicated to develop and demonstrate innovative, cost-competitive and environmentally safe technologies.

Watch out the workshop recording by clicking here.

GreEnergy Outcomes Webpage

Discover and read more about the main outcomes of the GreEnergy project on our brand new Outcomes webpage!

Scientific publications, participation at scientific conferences and workshops, webinars, organisation of public events, project flyer and introductory video, as well as GreEnergy in the press and media can be found here.

Enjoy browsing and reading - stay tuned, more coming soon!

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