ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET)

  • Fuhrer, Michael (PI)
  • Ostrovskaya, Elena (PI)
  • Bao, Qiaoliang (CoI)
  • Castro-Neto, Antonio (CoI)
  • Culcer, Dimitrie (CoI)
  • Davis, Jeff A (CoI)
  • Davis, Matthew John (CoI)
  • Galitski, Victor (CoI)
  • Gedik, Nuh (CoI)
  • Gurarie, Victor (CoI)
  • Hamilton, Alexander Rudolf (CoI)
  • Hannon, James (CoI)
  • Helmerson, Kristian (CoI)
  • Hoefling, Sven (CoI)
  • Hone, James (CoI)
  • Kalantar-zadeh, Kourosh (CoI)
  • Klochan, O. (CoI)
  • Klose, Frank (CoI)
  • Krausz, Ferenc (CoI)
  • Littlewood, Peter (CoI)
  • MacDonald, Allan (CoI)
  • Medhekar, Nikhil V (CoI)
  • Oezyilmaz, Barbaros (CoI)
  • Parish, Meera (CoI)
  • Phillips, William (CoI)
  • Refael, Gil (CoI)
  • Schiffrin, Agustin (CoI)
  • Seidel, Jan (CoI)
  • Sinova, Jairo (CoI)
  • Spielman, Ian (CoI)
  • Sushkov, Oleg (CoI)
  • Tadich, Anton (CoI)
  • Valanoor, Nagarajan (CoI)
  • Vale, Christopher John (CoI)
  • Wang, Xiaolin (CoI)
  • Wang, Lan (CoI)
  • Xue, Qikun (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details

    Description

    Decreasing energy use is a grand challenge facing society. The ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low Energy Electronics Technologies addresses this challenge by realizing fundamentally new types of electronic conduction without resistance in solid-state systems at room temperature. Transport without resistance will be realized in topological insulators that conduct only along their edges, and in semiconductors that support superflow of electrons strongly coupled to photons. These pathways are enabled by the new science of atomically thin materials. Novel resistance-free electronic phenomena at room temperature will form the basis of integrated electronics technology with ultra-low energy consumption.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date29/06/1728/06/24

    Funding

    • Australian National University (ANU): A$461,000.00
    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$1,753,189.00

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