In recent years, utilization of the abundant advantages of quantum physics, quantum dots, quantum wires, quantum wells, and nanocrystals has attracted considerable scientific attention in the field of nonvolatile memory. Nanocrystals are the driving element that have brought the nonvolatile flash memory technology to a distinguished height. However, new approaches are still required to strengthen this technology for future applications.
This book details the methods of fabrication of nanocrystals and their application in baseline nonvolatile memory and emerging nonvolatile memory technologies. The chapters have been written by renowned experts of the field and will provide an in-depth understanding of these technologies. The book is a valuable tool for research and development sectors associated with electronics, semiconductors, nanotechnology, material sciences, solid state memories, and electronic devices.
- Details the fabrication processes of nanocrystals along with their applications to baseline nonvolatile memory and RRAM
- Has chapters contributed by renowned experts of the field
- Has a special focus on graphene-based flash memory devices, considering the importance of carbon allotropes in future applications
- Lays special emphasis on the use of nanocrystals in emerging memory devices
- Has appropriate illustrations, excellent figures, and references in each chapter for guidance