Growing Nanowires to Create Functional Devices for On-Demand Nanoelectronics

Michael Filler, associate director for research programs in Georgia Tech’s Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN), was recently featured on the “Stories from the NNI” podcast. In the episode, Filler discusses balancing functionality and manufacturing scale during the process of making nanowires, his vision for on-demand nanoelectronics, and the benefits of interdisciplinary research.

When it comes to on-demand electronics, Filler and his team are working to develop a process that allows circuits to be built anywhere, without the need for expensive facilities.

“There are a lot of folks out there who have built on-demand platforms for circuit boards,” Filler explains. “But, in terms of nano, in terms of building chips in an on-demand fashion, we don’t have that technology.” Filler and his team are building a platform to do just that.

Listen to the entire podcast here.

Learn more about Filler’s work in the Filler Lab at Georgia Tech.

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