Opportunities for 2D Materials in Semiconductor Industry (TechVision)

2D Material-Based Semiconductors Expected To Find High Growth Potential In Electronics, Optoelectronics and Sensors

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Since discovery of graphene in early 2000s, it has been the most widely talked about 2D material in world due to its applicability across industries.However, lack of natural bandgap in graphene has prompted many researchers to explore other type of 2D materials. This brings into focus materials such as 2D chalcogenide, 2D oxide nanosheets, phosphorene and hybrid 2D materials. All of these materials have a natural bandgap that can support its adoption in the semiconductor sector. These 2D material based semiconductors is expected to be of main focus in electronics, optoelectronics and sensors industries.
This RS discusses the emerging 2D materials beyond graphene. The materials that are discusses in this research includes 2D chalcogenide, 2D oxide nanosheets, phosphorene and hybrid 2D materials. The research services highlights the properties and characteristics of these materials, elaborates on the factors that impact the adoption of these across industries and maps the future technology and product roadmap across the three industries mentioned above. An exhaustive patent analysis, an insight on the emerging opportunities of the materials, a scenario modeling analysis that highlights the adoption of 2D materials in the 2020 has also been covered in this research service.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings: The Main R&D Focus Is to Find the Cheapest Synthesis Technique2.0. An Overview of 2D Materials2.1 2D Materials Beyond Graphene Gaining Interest of Researchers3.0 Factors That Impact Adoption of 2D Materials 3.1 Drivers – Advancement of Synthesis and Production of Nanoscale Devices3.2 Drivers – Advances Related to Characterization and Simulation of Nanoscale Materials3.3 Drivers – Exponential Rate of Moore’s Law3.4 Challenges – Lack of Understanding of Mechanism Leads to Unstable Materials3.5 Challenges – Lack of Consensus Among Researchers3.6 Manufacturing Techniques, Cost and Regulations Also Impact Adoption Decisions4.0 Types of Non-Graphene 2D Materials4.1 2D Chalcogenide – High Direct Bandgap Is a Key Differentiating Factor4.2 2D Chalcogenide – R&D Focus Is to Understand Kinetic of Materials in the Devices’ Structure4.3 Phosphorene: Portrays High Carrier Mobility and Thermal Conductivity4.4 Phosphorene: R&D Focused on Understanding the Properties of the Material4.5 2D Oxide Nanosheets – Can Achieve High Flexibility on Nanostructures4.6 2D Oxide Nanosheets – R&D Focus on Increasing Application Potential4.7 Hybrid 2D Materials – Allows Customization of Properties4.8 Hybrid 2D Materials – R&D Focus on Obtaining Stable Integration between Materials 5.0 Intellectual Property (IP) Analysis5.1 2D Chalcogenide: Exponential Increase in Patent Filings 5.2 2D Chalcogenide: South Korea Gaining Prominence in IP Filing5.3 2D Chalcogenide – Filings Spread across Companies and Universities5.4 2D Chalcogenide – Methods of Incorporating Materials into Devices Is Key Focus Area in IP Filing5.5 Hybrid 2D Materials – Exponential Increase in Patent Filings in 20155.6 Hybrid 2D Materials – South Korea Patent Office Dominates IP Filing5.7 Hybrid 2D Materials – Universities Dominate as Key Patent Assignees5.8 Hybrid 2D Materials – Preparation Methods Are Key Focus Area According to Patent Filings5.9 Phosphorene – USA Dominates in IP Filing5.10 Phosphorene – Universities Are More Prominent in IP Filings5.11 2D Oxide Nanosheets – Steady Growth in Patent Filings5.12 2D Oxide Nanosheets – East Asian Patent Offices Dominate IP5.13 2D Oxide Nanosheets – Production Techniques Have Highest Filings5.14 Key Findings from IP Analysis of 2D Materials5.15 Key Findings from IP Analysis of 2D Materials – Universities and Research Entities Dominate Patent Filing6.0 Emerging Opportunities for 2D Materials6.1 Electronics – Highest Opportunities of 2D Materials in Electronics 6.2 Electronics – Key Requirements Regarding Suitability for Digital and Flexible Electronics Need to Be Fulfilled6.3 Electronics – FET Becomes Major Focus of Improvement via 2D Materials6.4 Optoelectronics – 2D Materials Able to Enhance Absorption and Emission of Light 6.5 Optoelectronics – Key Users’ Needs Focus on High Photoluminescence and Low Reflectance Characteristics6.6 Optoelectronics – Light Matter Interaction Becomes Major Focus of Improvement via 2D Materials for Devices6.7 Sensors – 2D Materials Able to Reduce Noise and Size of the Sensors6.8 Sensors: Key Users’ Needs Require a Sensor That Is Highly Sensitive and Reversible 6.9 2D Materials Able to Improve Photodetectors and Flexible Sensors7.0 Scenario Analysis of 2D Materials Adoption in 20207.1 Optimistic Scenario – Technology Readiness Level Is High with Many Partnerships Available7.2 Frost & Sullivan Scenario – Technology Readiness Level Is Medium with Less Number of Partnerships7.3 Conservative Scenario – Technology Readiness Level Is Low with Stagnant R&D Efforts8.0 Technology and Product Roadmap8.1 Technology and Product Roadmap – Explanation of Logical Sequence 8.2 Technology and Product Roadmap8.3 Technology and Product Roadmap – Trend Is Going Beyond Moore’s Law 9.0 Key Patents9.1 Key Patents by Universities9.2 Key Patents by Research Institutes9.3 Key Patents by Companies10. Key Contacts10.1 Contact DetailsLegal Disclaimer11.0 The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Journey to Visionary Innovation11.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career11.3 Global Perspective11.4 Industry Convergence11.5 360º Research Perspective11.6 Implementation Excellence11.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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