Single-Molecule Bioelectronics

Over the past several decades, a variety of imaging techniques have enabled a wide range of studies of the structure, function, and dynamics of molecules at the single-molecule level. However, popular fluorescent single-molecule techniques generally cannot directly resolve temporal changes that occur on sub-millisecond timescales, as imaging times must accommodate the relatively slow rate of photon emission from single fluorophores.

Electronics with 2D Materials

Si CMOS is facing increasing challenges in continuing performance gains with channel length scaling due to the growing importance of fringe capacitance parasitics, short-channel effects due to degraded electrostatics, and gate leakage.