Home-grown semiconductors for faster, smaller electronics: ‘Growing’ electronic components directly onto a semiconductor block avoids messy, noisy oxidation scattering

‘Growing’ electronic components directly onto a semiconductor block avoids messy, noisy oxidation scattering that slows and impedes electronic operation. A UNSW study out this month shows that the resulting high-mobility components are ideal candidates for high-frequency, ultra-small electronic devices, quantum dots, and for qubit applications in quantum computing. Smaller Means Faster, but Also Noisier Making…