pin (113) diamond diodes – LAPIN113
“pin (113) diamond diodes” (LAPIN113) is a project based on recent discoveries made by French laboratories experienced in the diamond field: LSPM (Villetaneuse) and GEMaC (Versailles). The alternative (113) crystallographic orientation presents better potentials for p-type and n-type doping than conventional (100) orientation. With such (113) orientation, higher diamond electrical properties are expected making accessible more valuable diamond dedicated to high power electronic devices requiring bipolar structures. In such a goal LCD of CEA-LIST (Saclay) and LAAS (Toulouse) joint GEMaC and LSPM to form a partnership with complementary skills. All together they master epitaxial growth of diamond (intrinsic and doped) with fine physical studies as well as fabrication and characterization of components. They aim to fabricate the first elemental bipolar diamond vertical power devices using (113) orientation leading France has a pioneer nation in this new field.
Madame Marie-Amandine Pinault-Thaury (Groupe d'études de la matière condensée)
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LAAS-CNRS Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes du CNRS
CNRS-GEMaC Groupe d'études de la matière condensée
LSPM Laboratoire des Sciences des Procédés et des Matériaux
CEA LIST Commissariat à l'énergie atomisue et aux énergies alternatives
Help of the ANR 504,854 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: February 2021 - 48 Months