Scematic representation of mesoporous GaN compared to regular GaN

NAPOLI is a project funded by the french agency for research (ANR) which aims at developing efficient GaN-based devices grown on Si substrate. The project started in 10/2018 for a duration of 42 months.

The approach proposed in NAPOLI is to transform a thin 2D structure into a nanoporous material using selective area sublimation. This material shows very specific properties and in particular an exceptional radiative efficiency.

The main goal of NAPOLI is to develop electrically injected devices taking profit of the unique properties of the nanoporous GaN made by sublimation

Project ANR-18-CE24-0022

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