Concerned with modelling, simulation and experimental characterization of nanomaterials and nanodevices for EMC applications. Nanotechnology is the understanding and controlling of matter at atomic and molecular scale.
Nanotechnology has already found its way into various EMC applications. New materials such as single- and multi-phase composites filled with nanoparticles, nanotube and/or nanofibres have been designed and tested for gaskets and absorbing screens with outstanding performance and capabilities. Innovative nanostructured shields have shown multifunctional properties and higher efficiency than commonly used materials. Nanowires for high speed interconnects and high density integrated systems, could replace copper in the near future, but require adequate modelling and simulation approaches for signal integrity and also to avoid electromagnetic interference problems.
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