The P2DAME project comes to life from the synergistic collaboration of numerous research centers with complementary experimental and theoretical skills, namely the CNR, CNR-ISM, the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and in particular the Physics Department of the University of Studies. of Rome "Tor Vergata". The people of the Department of Physics of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" involved in the project are Prof. Anna Sgarlata, Prof. Maurizia Palummo and Dr. Filippo Savazzi.
The project, funded by the Lazio Region (LazioInnova), is focused on the realization of an electronic device, a high frequency field effect transistor (FET), based on a two-dimensional semiconductor polymer that has particular properties, such as high mobility electronics together with the presence of a band gap (unlike graphene, commonly used).
These characteristics make it interesting to fill the shortcomings of the materials currently used in the construction of devices that can be widely used in the field of satellite transmissions, in aerospace components as well as its possible use as an active medium in a high frequency FET.