Hybrid Electronic Systems

Prof. Dr. Franz Kreupl

Our research has focused on the utilization of nano- and carbon-based materials in a wide range of electronic applications and circuits. Engineered functional nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes, nanowires and other carbon-based materials - like graphene or graphenic carbon materials - have the potential to significantly improve the performance of electronic devices, sensors, interconnects, energy- and information storage devices and circuits based on them. At the same time, nano- and carbon-based materials may offer a route towards a more sustainable form of materials used in engineering - a form which relies less on the precious limited natural resources. Our efforts to create new functional devices bridge classical electrical engineering and circuits with material science and physics. Meanwhile, we extended our activities to a wide range of other, more doable topics due to missing infrastructure and resources.
Unfortunately, our research infrastructure has been completely destroyed by the move to our new building in Garching and with all the resources stripped of, it will take years to rebuilt the required infrastructure from scratch.


Hsinchu and Tainan, March, 2013 On March 5 and 6, Prof. Kreupl will speak at the Symposium on Emerging Logic Technologies and Advanced Memory…

Seoul, January 31, 2013 ADVANCED TRANSISTOR TECHNOLOGIES Technical Symposium at the SEMICON Korea The symposium will be an opportunity for in-depth…

Sebastian Hübner joined our group on 3.12.2012 and is working towards his PhD thesis.

The German association of Nanotechnology (DV-Nano) presented their university ranking on October 10, 2012 in Saarbrücken. TUM ranked number one…

invited talk on Thursday July 26, 2012 at 5:0 0 pm in N 5325, N3, 5th floor, speaker is Dr. Ulrich Klostermann

Panel discussion with Franz Kreupl (TUM), Daniel Worledge (IBM), Kirk Prall (Micron), Robert Aitken (ARM), Bernard Dieny (CEA/Spintech)

New article published in Nature

Participation by invitation only

December 2011: New paper in Nano Letters

The lecture memory technology for data storage starts with a kick-off lecture on October 19, 2011 at 17:15 in lecture room 1260.