Optoelectronic Memory Based on Two-dimensional materials
Two dimensional thin layered materials have excellent electrical and optoelectrical properties due to their structural characteristics. Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC), one of the 2D materials, exhibit excellent photoreactivity due to their band gap and are promising materials for optoelectronic applications1. The 2D thin layered structure allow their integration into flexible and wearable circuits using the characteristics of the mechanical strength and structural flatness.2 Compared with large scale studies on 2D material-based photoconductors and photodiodes, non-volatile optoelectronic memories made from these materials are rarely studied. This time we will use the optical characteristics of 2D material devices to advance the field of nonvolatile memory.