His Nanotechnology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Layer (electronics) and Carbon nanotube. His Layer (electronics) study typically links adjacent topics like Nanotechnology. H.-S. Philip Wong performs integrative Electrical engineering and Electronic engineering research in his work. In his works, H.-S. Philip Wong performs multidisciplinary study on Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering. Optoelectronics and Silicon are commonly linked in his work. His Silicon study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Optoelectronics. His research ties Transistor and Voltage together. He regularly links together related areas like Voltage in his Transistor studies. The study of Resistive random-access memory is intertwined with the study of Quantum mechanics in a number of ways.
H.-S. Philip Wong bridges between several scientific fields such as Layer (electronics) and Carbon nanotube in his study of Nanotechnology. Much of his study explores Layer (electronics) relationship to Nanotechnology. In his articles, H.-S. Philip Wong combines various disciplines, including Optoelectronics and Transistor. In his research, H.-S. Philip Wong performs multidisciplinary study on Transistor and Field-effect transistor. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Electrical engineering and Electronic engineering. He incorporates Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering in his studies. In most of his Voltage studies, his work intersects topics such as Resistive random-access memory. His research combines Voltage and Quantum mechanics.
His study looks at the intersection of Radar and topics like Telecommunications with Chip, Antenna (radio) and Channel (broadcasting). He focuses mostly in the field of Substrate (aquarium), narrowing it down to topics relating to Oceanography and, in certain cases, Current (fluid). His study in Oceanography extends to Current (fluid) with its themes. He brings together Electrical engineering and Computer engineering to produce work in his papers. Computer engineering and Electrical engineering are two areas of study in which H.-S. Philip Wong engages in interdisciplinary research. His Voltage study frequently links to other fields, such as Resistive random-access memory. He regularly links together related areas like Voltage in his Resistive random-access memory studies. H.-S. Philip Wong integrates many fields in his works, including Optoelectronics and Band gap. H.-S. Philip Wong undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Band gap and Optoelectronics through his research.
His Telecommunications study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Antenna (radio), Channel (broadcasting) and Chip. H.-S. Philip Wong combines topics linked to Telecommunications with his work on Channel (broadcasting). H.-S. Philip Wong integrates Electrical engineering with Computer engineering in his research. H.-S. Philip Wong performs multidisciplinary study on Computer engineering and Electrical engineering in his works. H.-S. Philip Wong integrates Optoelectronics and Transistor in his research. While working on this project, H.-S. Philip Wong studies both Transistor and Optoelectronics. H.-S. Philip Wong integrates several fields in his works, including Semiconductor and Photonics. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Photonics and Semiconductor. Voltage is closely attributed to Resistive random-access memory in his study.
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Nanoelectronic programmable synapses based on phase change materials for brain-inspired computing.
Duygu Kuzum;Rakesh G. D. Jeyasingh;Byoungil Lee;H.-S. Philip Wong.
Nano Letters (2012)
MoS2 transistors with 1-nanometer gate lengths
Sujay B. Desai;Sujay B. Desai;Surabhi R. Madhvapathy;Surabhi R. Madhvapathy;Angada B. Sachid;Angada B. Sachid;Juan Pablo Llinas;Juan Pablo Llinas.
Carbon nanotube computer
Max M. Shulaker;Gage Hills;Nishant Patil;Hai Wei.
In-memory computing with resistive switching devices
Daniele Ielmini;H.-S. Philip Wong.
Nature Electronics (2018)
Memory leads the way to better computing
H.-S. Philip Wong;Sayeef Salahuddin.
Nature Nanotechnology (2015)
Graphene and two-dimensional materials for silicon technology.
Deji Akinwande;Cedric Huyghebaert;Ching-Hua Wang;Martha I. Serna.
The End of Moore's Law: A New Beginning for Information Technology
Thomas N. Theis;H.-S. Philip Wong.
computational science and engineering (2017)
Carbon Nanotube and Graphene Device Physics
H. S. Philip Wong;Deji Akinwande.
Three-dimensional integration of nanotechnologies for computing and data storage on a single chip
Max M. Shulaker;Max M. Shulaker;Gage Hills;Rebecca S. Park;Roger T. Howe.
A Low Energy Oxide‐Based Electronic Synaptic Device for Neuromorphic Visual Systems with Tolerance to Device Variation
Shimeng Yu;Bin Gao;Zheng Fang;Hongyu Yu.
Advanced Materials (2013)
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