Memristive devices for metrological applications
Keywords:memristive, quantum conductance, quantum resistance, nanometrology
The EMPIR project 20FUN06 MEMQuD - “Memristive devices as quantum standard for nanometrology” has as one of its fundamental goals the development of technical capability and scientific knowledge for the implementation of a quantum resistance standard based on memristive devices characterized by high scalability down to the nanometer scale, CMOS compatibility and working in air at room temperature. In this work it is presented an overview of the project, highlighted relevant characteristics and working principles of memristive devices and potential applications with focus on metrological application with framing allowed by the last revision of the International System of Units (SI) that is the motivation and background for the aim of this project
Copyright (c) 2023 Vitor Cabral, Alessandro Cultrera, Shaochuan Chen, João Pereira, Luís Ribeiro, Isabel Godinho, Luca Boarino, Nastacia De Leo, Luca Callegaro, Susana Cardoso, Ilia Valov, Gianluca Milano
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