WPI-MANA has developed the world's highest performance dielectric nanofilms using atomically thin perovskites. This technology may revolutionize the next-generation of electronics.
Atomically Thin Perovskites Boost for Future Electronics
Innovative Transistors Based on Magnetically Induced Movement of Ions
Just as magnets attract iron particles in sandpits, permanent magnetics only attract one type of ion in an electrochemical solution, constituting the basis of magnetically controlled electrochemical transistors.
Driving Soft Molecular Vehicles on a Metallic Surface
Soft molecules deposited on metallic surfaces were driven using a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) without mechanically pulling or pushing them, but by inducing inelastic excitations with the tunneling current.
Atomic Switch Reaching Outer Space
10-year journey of the atomic switch in nanospace is finally reaching practical use in space satellites several thousand kilometers above earth
Topological Photonic Crystal Made of Silicon
WPI-MANA researchers derive topological photonic states purely based on silicon, which can lead to the development of new functions and devices through integration with semiconductor electronics