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Magneto-Optic Modulator

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Carbon Nanotube based Variable Frequency Patch-Antenna

Researchers at UCI have developed a patch antenna constructed from carbon nanotubes, whose transmission frequency can be tuned entirely electronically. Additionally, the antenna can be made operable in the microwave to visible frequency regime by simply varying the device dimensions and composition.

Vibration Sensing and Long-Distance Sounding with THz Waves

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a terahertz (THz) detector that utilizes the micro-Doppler effect to detect vibrations and long-distance sounds.

Compact Ion Gun for Ion Trap Surface Treatment in Quantum Information Processing Architectures

Electromagnetic noise from surfaces is one of the limiting factors for the performance of solid state and trapped ion quantum information processing architectures. This noise introduces gate errors and reduces the coherence time of the systems. Accordingly, there is great commercial interest in reducing the electromagnetic noise generated at the surface of these systems.Surface treatment using ion bombardment has shown to reduce electromagnetic surface noise by two orders of magnitude. In this procedure ions usually from noble gasses are accelerated towards the surface with energies of 300eV to 2keV. Until recently, commercial ion guns have been repurposed for surface cleaning. While these guns can supply the ion flux and energy required to prepare the surface with the desired quality, they are bulky and limit the laser access, making them incompatible with the requirements for ion trap quantum computing.To address this limitation, UC Berkeley researchers have developed an ion gun that enables in-situ surface treatment without sacrificing high optical access, enabling in situ use with a quantum information processor.

Iii-N Transistor With Stepped Cap Layers

A new structure for III-N transistors that is able to maintain a high breakdown and operating voltage while improving the gain of the device.

Techniques for Creation and Insertion of Test Points for Malicious Circuitry Detection

Researchers led by Dr. Potkonjak from the UCLA Department of Computer Science have developed a technique to detect hardware Trojans in integrated circuits.

Selective Deposition Of Diamond In Thermal Vias

UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering have developed a new method of diamond deposition in integrated circuit vias for thermal dissipation.

Multiple-absorbers offer increased solar conversion efficiencies for artificial photosynthesis

   Researchers at UCI have, for the first time, developed a method for modeling the efficiencies of artificial photosynthetic devices containing multiple light absorbers. As these devices more closely parallel naturally occurring photosynthesis, they offer higher performance than standard single-absorber devices.

Methods And Systems For Magnetoelectronic Elements And Arrays

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a magnetoelectric memory array, which uses a crossbar architecture to achieve high density.

A Read-Disturbance-Free Nonvolatile Content Adressable Memory

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed read-disturbance-free content addressable memory (CAM) using voltage controlled magneto-electric tunnel junctions (MEJs).

Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Tunnel Junction Switch

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a voltage-controlled magnetic tunnel junction switch that can switch the magnetization of a magnetic bit (i.e., in a free layer) from one state to another using an applied voltage.

Body Voltage Sensing Based Short Pulse Reading Circuit For STT-RAM

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering have invented a novel circuit design that performs high speed and reliable data reading operations for resistive device-based memory applications.

Multiple-Bits-Per-Cell Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Memory

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have developed a new random access memory read/write method that achieves new levels of speed, scalability, and memory density.

Flexible Organic Transistors with Controlled Nanomorphology

A simple strategy for controlling the nanomorphology of semiconducting polymers on surface-modified polymer dielectrics as well as a technique for fabricating flexible OFETs. 

RASP: FPGA/CPLD Technology Mapping And Synthesis Package

Researchers led by Jason Cong from the Computer Science Department at UCLA have developed a general synthesis and mapping system for SRAM-based FPGAs.

Controlling Magnetization Using Patterned Electrodes on Piezoelectrics

UCLA researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a novel piezoelectric thin film that can control magnetic properties of individual magnetic islands.

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.

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.

Tunnel Junction Devices with Optically-Pumped III-Nitride Layers

A method of replacing standard electrical injection of the quantum wells in semiconductor devices with optically-pumping, by coupling a short-wavelength electrically pumped active region to a long-wavelength optically pumped region via a tunnel junction.

Epitaxial Laser Integration on Silicon Based Substrates

A low-cost, highly scalable approach to integrating a compound-semiconductor laser or light source with silicon-photonic circuitry.

Frequency Discriminator-based Phase Noise Filter (PNF) for Ultra-Clean LO/Clock

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a phase noise filter (PNF) circuit with wide bandwidth and high sensitivity.

Hybrid SPST Switch Delivers High Isolation Over an Ultra-wide Bandwidth

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a hybrid, complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) mm-wave, single-polar single-throw (SPST) switch that combines the wide bandwidth features of a distributed structure and the compact implementation of coupled lump elements for an area-efficient layout.

Tru-Wafer Interconnects For Mems Double-Sided Fabrication Process

-High aspect ratio, low resistance thru-wafer interconnects for double-sided MEMS -Features: o Enables efficient manufacturing of thru-wafer interconnects o Technology is compatible with standard semiconductor processing o SOI inertial sensors and interconnects fabricated on wafer level in one process

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