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Nanotechnologies for Future Mobile Devices

  • ID: 2128490
  • Book
  • 282 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Explore the potential for nanotechnologies to transform future mobile and Internet communications. Based on a research collaboration between Nokia, Helsinki University of Technology, and the University of Cambridge, here leading researchers review the current state-of-the art and future prospects for: - Novel multifunctional materials, dirt repellent, self-healing surface materials, and lightweight structural materials capable of adapting their shape - Portable energy storage using supercapacitor-battery hybrids based on new materials including carbon nanohorns and porous electrodes, fuel cell technologies, energy harvesting and more efficient solar cells - Electronics and computing advances reaching beyond IC scaling limits, new computing approaches and architectures, embedded intelligence and future memory technologies. - Nanoscale transducers for mechanical, optical and chemical sensing, sensor signal processing, and nanoscale actuation - Nanoelectronics to create ultrafast and adaptive electronics for future radio technologies - Flat panel displays with greater robustness, improved resolution, brightness and contrast, and mechanical flexibility - Manufacturing and innovation processes, plus commercialization of nanotechnologies.
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1. When everything is connected T. Ryhänen, M. Uusitalo and A. Kärkkäinen;
2. Structural materials for future mobile devices O. Ikkala and M. Heino;
3. Energy and power M. Rouvala, G. A. J. Amaratunga, D. Wei and A. Colli;
4. Computing and information storage solutions P. Pasanen, M. Uusitalo, V. Ermolov, J. Kivioja and C. Gamrat;
5. Sensing, actuation and interaction P. Andrew, M. Bailey, T. Ryhänen and D. Wei;
6. Future of radio and communication A. Pärssinen, R. Kaunisto and A. Kärkkäinen;
7. Flat panel displays A. Flewitt and W. Milne;
8. Manufacturing and open innovation T. Minshall, F. Livesey, L. Mortara, J. Napp, Y. Shi and Y. Zhang;
9. Seeing beyond the hype: what the Internet teaches us about the development of nanotechnology T. Crawley, L. Juvonen and P. Koponen;
10. Conclusions T. Ryhänen.
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Tapani Ryhänen Laboratory Director.

Mikko A. Uusitalo
Olli Ikkala
Asta Kärkkäinen
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