Building phonon-based IT devices that will consume lower power at room temperature
The aim of the PHENOMEN project is to integrate piezoelectric, phononic and photonic components and introduce a new set of information technology that can run at a lower power. This will be done by first studying the particles’ behaviour. Partners will exploit this knowledge to build devices that are compatible with the particles’ nature.
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