The technique uses a Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector, similar to those used in projection TVs, to generate lithographic patterns. By overlapping low-resolution frames of the DLP projector a much higher-resolution frame can be produced.
This work shows a path toward the development of electronics devices that are substantially more versatile and multifunctional than traditional semiconductors using various materials that could easily transition between a variety of electronic, magnetic, and spin states to achieve a wide range of functionalities in a single device.
Major scientific breakthrough research has discovered new materials offering an alternative to battery power and proven to be between 1,000-10,000 times more powerful than the existing battery alternative - a supercapacitor.
Die EU Kommission foerdert seit kurzem das Marie-Curie Trainings-Netzwerk ELENA (Low energy ELEctron driven chemistry for the advantage of emerging NAnofabrication methods), an dem 13 Unis, 4 Forschungsinstitute und 5 Unternehmen aus 13 EU Laendern beteiligt sind.
Researchers have developed a microsupercapacitor that exploits three-dimensional porous electrodes. These micropower units are expected to enable a new generation of 'smart' products, such as self-powered sensors for wearables, security, structural health monitoring and internet-of-things applications.