Metal-oxide-metal nanowires for sensors development


Project Director: Dr. Elena Matei

Contract no.: PN-III-P4-ID-PCE-2020-2291

Project Director: Dr. Matei Elena

Project Type: National
Project Program: PCE
Funded by: Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, CNCS - UEFISCDI
Contractor: National Institute of Materials Physics
Project Status: In progress
Start Date: January 4th, 2021
End Date: December 31st, 2023

Summary:

In this project we aim to obtaining multisegment nanowires with an architecture consisting of metal I-(metal II oxide)-metal I (MOM), starting from nanowires of type metal I-metal II-metal I, by combining electrodeposition in a template with a selective oxidation process using electrochemical, thermal or plasma techniques. Finally, we will aim to modulate the electrical properties of MOM nanowires by the preparation process parameters and identify the possible applications. The transport characteristics of the devices based on MOM nanowires will be influenced by the electrodeposition process’ parameters but also by the oxidation process parameters. Moreover, by conveniently tailoring the processes the amount of point defects will be controlled, this being an essential parameter in the transport properties. Another one is the quality of the contact.  It is expected that by using nanowires of this structure type to enhance the functionality and performance of the devices.

  • Dr. Elena Matei
  • Dr. Ionut Enculescu
  • Dr. Monica Enculescu
  • Dr. Andreea Costas
  • Drd. Melania Loredana Onea
  • Dr. Mihaela Beregoi
  • 1 vacant position
  1. M.L. Onea, E. Matei, M. Enculescu, V. Kuncser, I. Enculescu,  Ni Nanowires Propertie.s for Functional Magnetic Materials Applications , CREMS 2021, 21-22 October 2021, National Institute of Materials Physics, Magurele, Romania, hybrid format,  oral presentation.

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