Towards the development of flexible non-volatile memories

Han, S.-T., Zhou, Y. and Roy, V.A.L. (2013) Towards the development of flexible non-volatile memories. Advanced Materials, 25(38), pp. 5425-5449. (doi: 10.1002/adma.201301361) (PMID:24038631)

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Flexible non‐volatile memories have attracted tremendous attentions for data storage for future electronics application. From device perspective, the advantages of flexible memory devices include thin, lightweight, printable, foldable and stretchable. The flash memories, resistive random access memories (RRAM) and ferroelectric random access memory/ferroelectric field‐effect transistor memories (FeRAM/FeFET) are considered as promising candidates for next generation non‐volatile memory device. Here, we review the general background knowledge on device structure, working principle, materials, challenges and recent progress with the emphasis on the flexibility of above three categories of non‐volatile memories.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Vellaisamy, Professor Roy
Authors: Han, S.-T., Zhou, Y., and Roy, V.A.L.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering
Journal Name:Advanced Materials
ISSN (Online):1521-4095
Published Online:22 August 2013

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