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Progetto CO2Lab sulla Gazzetta del Sud

Il quotidiano "Gazzetta del Sud" nell'edizione di Catanzaro riporta la partecipazione dell'ISS Petrucci Ferraris Maresca al progetto CO2Lab cui l'IMM Bologna contribuisce.

Micro/nano fabrication at Bologna Unit

 

Peculiar of IMM Bologna facilities is the availability of a 500 m2 clean-room, with 100 (ISO 5) and 100000 (ISO 8) class laboratories, fully equipped...

Characterization at Bologna Unit

 

The characterization of materials plays an important role in the IMM-Bologna site. Electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, Electrical and Optical facilities support the technology...

Graphene-based sensors

 

At IMM Bologna, the research activity on sensoristics exploiting the properties of C-CVD grown graphene (G), in form of membranes with crystalline domains with 1 to 4 layers or of 3D...

Development of SPAD detector with improved performances

 

The use of custom fabrication processes for the development of Single Photon Avalanche Detector (SPAD) devices and arrays with improved performances...

Fiber and integrated optics devices

 

The main activity in silicon photonics carried out at IMM Bologna aims at exploring the recently discovered stress-induced Pockels effect in strained...

Si and C based nanostructured materials: synthesis and material properties

 

C based nanostructured materials (1D to 3D)

The research activity at IMM Bologna Unit is mainly focused on the C-CVD synthesis of the following materials and...

Nanostructured silicon-based p-i-n devices

 

Light trapping in thin film solar cells is crucial to safely reduce the thickness of the absorber, and hence the fabrication time and the usage of raw materials. At the same time, the use...

MOMS fiber-optic transducers

 

Micro-Opto-Mechanical devices for various applications are fabricated by mounting micromachined structures, obtained from bulk silicon wafers by Deep...

MEMS devices for thermoelectric micro-energy harvesting based on top-down semiconductor nanowires

 

Polycrystalline silicon nanowires fabricated with top-down technology are utilized as thermoelements in MEMS devices used for micro energy conversion or thermoelectric...

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