Most of our research projects are devoted to device applications in the area of future information technology. We target specific aspects of current and future nanoelectronic devices, in particular ultra-dense non-volatile memories and non-conventional logic gates which are typically 10 years and more ahead of industrial production. In addition, we investigate devices and systems based on related physical and chemical phenomena, such as energy harvesting components, integrated batteries, components for mobile communication, and dedicated sensor arrays.
Many of our projects are conducted with international partners from the electronics industries and from leading academic research institutions.