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By Francis Balestra

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This publication deals a accomplished overview of the state of the art in leading edge Beyond-CMOS nanodevices for constructing novel functionalities, good judgment and thoughts devoted to researchers, engineers and scholars. The e-book will quite specialize in the curiosity of nanostructures and nanodevices (nanowires, small slope switches, 2nd layers, nanostructured fabrics, etc.) for complicated greater than Moore (RF-nanosensors-energy harvesters, on-chip digital cooling, etc.) and Beyond-CMOS common sense and thoughts purposes.

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Moreover, as this sequence consumes a lot of photoresist, the thickness of the BARC layer is well suited to minimize the resist budget during the process. The BARC/resist trimming process is performed just before the main etch to selectively pattern the silicon on buried oxide. Trimming resist is 1 Section written by Sylvain BARRAUD. Nanowire Devices 27 performed to achieve NW structures as small as 7 nm in width using HBr/O2 plasma. 1 shows different NW patterns. Singlefin and multifin (×50) structures are achieved after etching.

An alternative solution for maximizing electrostatic confinement Nanowire Devices 29 while minimizing the manufacturing complexity is to use Ω-shaped gate NW. The only difference between TG and omega-gate technology is the hydrogen (H2) anneal used to round the NW. Hydrogen annealing is a common in-situ surface treatment that can be intentionally used for profile transformation by rounding sharp corners [DOR 07]. After Hf-last wet cleaning, the NWs are annealed for 2 min in hydrogen at 750°C. 4).

The thickness variability of the PVDF-TrFe layer is clearly visible. d) AFM topography of the ferroelectric layer: the average thickness is ~50 nm while the variability is in the order of 20 nm. 7(a) reports the Id–Vg characteristics of the intrinsic MOSFET (with the gate bias directly applied on the internal contact, Vint) and the Fe-FET (with the gate bias applied on the top Au contact, Vg, and with the internal contact being left floating). As expected, the ferroelectric induces a voltage-controlled hysteresis in the current–voltage characteristics.

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