Engineers discover light can stamp out defects in semiconductors for better solar panels and LED bulbs
University of Utah materials science and engineering associate professor Mike Scarpulla wants to shed light on semiconductors—literally.
A new understanding of why tungsten-doped thin films degrade so rapidly in air may lead to better designs for semiconductor technologies.
Making faster, more powerful electronics requires smaller but still uniform connections, or junctions, between different materials. For the first time, researchers created extremely small, 5-nanometer-wide junctions, which ...