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Network On Interconnect Fabric

Researchers at the UCLA Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering have developed a novel network on interconnect fabric (NoIF) to support global communication, power conversion and management, synchronization, and to facilitate testing within the silicon interconnect fabric (Si-IF).

Synaptic Resistor With Signal Processing, Memory, And Learning Functions

Researchers led by Yong Chen from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed an artificial synapse for neuromorphic chips that have integrated logic, memory, and learning capabilities.

Multiple-Patterning Nanosphere Lithography

Researchers led by Paul Weiss from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCLA have developed a novel technique that solves the scalability issue in the fabrication of three-dimensional nanostructures.

Controlled Homo-Epitaxial Growth Of Hybrid Halide Crystals

Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites have demonstrated tremendous potential for next-generation electronic and optoelectronic devices due to their remarkable carrier dynamics. However, current studies of electronic and optoelectronic devices have been focused on polycrystalline materials, due to the challenges in synthesizing device compatible high quality single crystalline materials.

Intelligent Flexible Spinal Cord Stimulators For Pain And Trauma Management Through Neuromodulation

UCLA researchers in the Department of Neurosurgery and Electrical Engineering have developed a novel closed-loop spinal cord stimulator device that is small and flexible.

Photo-induced Metal Printing Technique for Creating Metal Patterns and Structures Under Room Temperature

UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a low-temperature metal patterning technique.

In-Situ TEM Holder With STM Probe And Optical Fiber

Researchers at UCI have developed a fully integrated sample mount for the simultaneous high-resolution imaging and electronic and optical characterization of thin film devices.

Hybrid Electromechanical Metamaterials for Optical and Electrical Devices

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a hybrid electromechanical metamaterial for use in high frequency applications for optical and electrical devices.

Power Distribution within Silicon Interconnect Fabric

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel method of powering systems on silicon interconnect fabrics for integration of packageless processors.

Reduction in Leakage Current and Increase in Efficiency of III-Nitride MicroLEDS

A way to reduce leakage current and increase the efficiency of III-Nitride microLEDs via ALD sidewall passivation. 

Fabricating Nitride Layers

A method for fabricating a semiconductor substrate with improved quality of the subsequently deposited semiconductor layers.

Graphene-Polymer Nanocomposite Incorporating Chemically Doped Graphene-Polymer Heterostructure for Flexible and Transparent Conductive Films

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have invented a novel graphene-polymer nanocomposite material for flexible transparent conductive electrode (TCE) applications.

Silicon Based Chirped Grating Emitter for Uniform Power Emission

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have developed a chirped grating emitter with ultra-sharp instantaneous field of view (IFOV) for optical beam-steering applications.

Electrical Conduction In A Cephalopod Structural Protein

Fabricating materials from naturally occurring proteins that are inherently biocompatible enables the resulting material to be easily integrated with many downstream applications, ranging from batteries to transistors. In addition, protein-based materials are also advantageous because they can be physically tuned and specifically functionalized. Inventors have developed protein-based material from structural proteins such as reflectins found in cephalopods, a molluscan class that includes cuttlefish, squid, and octopus. In a space dominated by artificial, man-made proton-conducting materials, this material is derived from naturally occurring proteins.

Anti-Ferromagnetic Magneto-Electric Spin-Orbit Read Logic

UCLA researchers in the department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel magetoelectric device for use as a spin transistor.

Full Color Quantum Dot Patterning Via Soft Lithography

UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a novel quantum dot patterning method via soft lithography. It allows cost-effective, large-scale and high resolution full-color quantum dots patterning, which will revolutionize the nanoelectronics and QD-based display industries.

Selective Chemical Bath Deposition of IrOx on Thin Film Structure

UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed a selective chemical bath deposition method to create IrOx thin films.

Respiratory Monitor For Asthma And Other Pulmonary Conditions

A patch sensor that is able to continuously monitor breathing rate and volume to diagnose pulmonary function and possibly predict and possibly prevent fatal asthma attacks.

Synthesis Of Graphene Nanoribbons From Monomeric Molecular Precursors Bearing Reactive Alkyne Units

Researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have developed a novel graphene nanoribbon synthesis, which have numerous applications in electronic devices.

Transparent Bulk Photoluminescent Quantum Dots/Polymer Nanocomposite

UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed highly transparent, photoluminescent nanocomposites containing record-high levels of quantum dots.

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