Printable WORM and FRAM memories and their applications

Ari Alastalo, Tomi Mattila, Jaakko Leppäniemi, Mika Suhonen, Terho Kololuoma, Andreas Schaller, Henrik Andersson, Anatoliy Manuilskiy, Jinlan Gao, Hans-Erik Nilsson, Alexandru Rusu, Suat Ayöz, Igor Stolichnov, Simo Siitonen, Mikael Gulliksson, Johan Sidén, Tobias Lehnert, Jens Adam, Michael Veith, Alexey MerkulovYvonne Damaschek, Jürgen Steiger, Markus Cederberg, Miroslav Konecny

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    Abstract

    This paper reports on the current status of the printed memory development in the PriMeBits EU FP7/ICT project (2008-2010).
    The two memory technologies under development are: (1) resistive write-once-read-many memory (WORM) based on rapid electrical sintering (RES) of silver nanoparticle structures, and (2) ferroelectric read-and-write memory (FRAM) based on BaTiO3 composite.
    Application scenarios and demonstrator activities are described.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of LOPE-C 2010
    Subtitle of host publication International Conference and Exhibition for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, LOPE-C, Large-Area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention
    Pages8-12
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    EventInternational Conference and Exhibition for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, Large-Area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention, LOPE-C 2010 - Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    Duration: 31 May 20102 Jun 2010

    Conference

    ConferenceInternational Conference and Exhibition for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, Large-Area, Organic & Printed Electronics Convention, LOPE-C 2010
    Abbreviated titleLOPE-C 2010
    CountryGermany
    CityFrankfurt am Main
    Period31/05/102/06/10

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