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NaMLab (Nano-electronic Materials Laboratory)
NaMLab gGmbH is a non-profit research organization and associated institute of the Technical University (TU) Dresden with focus on materials for electronic devices. Material development at NaMLab commonly proceeds under the constraints of the target electron device. The focus of the material development is therefore highly integration and application - driven.
Historically NaMLab was founded as a joint venture between Infineon Technologies AG memory products division (which later became Qimonda) and the Technical University Dresden. Therefore in the first years the research activities were focused on future high-k materials for capacitors in dynamic random access memories (DRAM) which was the main product of the industrial parent company. After the step-out of the industrial partner mid 2009 this key know-how was transformed to other devices and application fields. Today NaMLab employs these core competences to develop new device concepts in two central fields:
· Re-Configurable Devices and
Re-Configurable Devices aim at electronic solutions beyond the possibilities of leading edge CMOS devices according to Moore´s Law. Re-programmable silicon-nanowire transistors , memristors and a new type of ferroelectric field-effect transistor based on doped hafnium oxide are the dominant topics in this field. In Energy Efficiency Devices NaMLab works at the frontier of research for solutions which reduce the power consumption of electronic devices and increase the overall energy conversion efficiency in entire electronic systems.
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