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Electrónica molecular
The group addresses the development of new molecular electronics paradigms by using metal-organic compounds (MOCs), which are hybrid organic-inorganic molecules with rich and exploitable molecular properties in novel metal|molecule|metal nanoelectronic devices. Devices in the nanometer range will be constructed from molecular MOCs assembled into metallic architectures using Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) and other bottom-up technologies of both molecule and metal deposition with the development of new solutions to the top-contact problem.

Thus, these MOC-based molecular components will be used to introduce a more complex and advanced electronic response that is possible with simple organic molecules. We will therefore develop new paradigms in the performance characteristics of electronic devices, with molecular components used to do more than simply reduce device size (More Moore), but achieve the More than More promise of molecular electronic science and technology.