Carbon films: The microchip power source for next generation IoT: Page 2 of 2

February 12, 2016 //By Paul Buckley
Carbon films: The microchip power source for next generation IoT
Researchers from Drexel and Paul Sabatier University in France have developed a method for embedding a supercapacitor energy storage device in the silicon wafer of a microchip.

The researchers’ method for depositing carbon onto a silicon wafer is consistent with microchip fabrication procedures currently in use, thus easing the challenges of integration of energy storage devices into electronic device architecture. As part of the research, the group showed how it could deposit the carbon films on silicon wafers in a variety of shapes and configurations to create dozens of supercapacitors on a single silicon wafer.

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