ULISSES project played a big role in the discovering of a new technique for integrating 2D materials into semiconductors, a revolutionary technique, with huge potential for providing devices with much smaller size and extended functionalities with respect to what can be achieved with today’s silicon technologies.
First results from high density outdoor air quality mapping
The ULISSES project has developed a set of carbon dioxide loggers equipped with GPS. The purpose is to already now explore the potential of future systems, and to prepare for the big data challenges we will experience with real-time air quality data.
What if you could have access to real-time air quality monitoring on your smart phone, mapping out where all the pollution hot spots are located? In cities, Air Quality (AQ), can change dramatically from one hour to the next and from one block to another. Everyone should have access to this data, right? We believe so!
Quellmalz, A., Wang, X., Sawallich, S., Uzlu, B., Otto, M., Wagner, S., Wang, Z., Prechtl, M., Hartwig, O., Luo, S., Duesberg, G. S., Lemme, M. C., Gylfason, K. B., Roxhed, N., Stemme, G. & Niklaus, F.
Large-area integration of two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures by wafer bonding.