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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova: Microelectronic programmable device and methods of forming and programming the same. Axon Technologies, Snell & Wilmer L, October 21, 2003: US06635914 (106 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally include an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by applying a bias across the electrodes, an ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova: Microelectronic programmable device and methods of forming and programming the same. Axon Technologies Corporation, Snell & Wilmer L, July 29, 2008: US07405967 (63 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally include an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by applying a bias across the electrodes, an ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova, Chakravarthy Gopalan, Muralikrish Balakrishnan: Programmable structure including an oxide electrolyte and method of forming programmable structure. Axon Technologies Corporation, Snell & Wilmer L, September 5, 2006: US07101728 (31 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure suitable for storing information and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally includes an oxide ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by a ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Muralikrishnan Balakrishnan, Maria Mitkova: Optimized solid electrolyte for programmable metallization cell devices and structures. A umlaut over, Snell & Wilmer L, June 10, 2008: US07385219 (23 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure suitable for storing information, and array including the structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally includes an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova: Microelectronic programmable device and methods of forming and programming the same. Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, November 14, 2002: US20020168820-A1 (23 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally include an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by applying a bias across the electrodes, an ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova: Microelectronic programmable device and methods of forming and programming the same. Axon Technologies Corporation, Snell & Wilmer L, February 14, 2006: US06998312 (22 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally include an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by applying a bias across the electrodes, an ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova, Chakravarthy Gopalan, Muralikrishnan Balakrishnan: Programmable logic circuit and method of using same. Axon Technologies Corporation, Shell & Wilmer L, July 22, 2008: US07402847 (21 worldwide citation)


A programmable logic circuit, including programmable memory element, suitable for microprocessor applications, and a method of using the circuit are disclosed. The programmable circuit includes at least one logic cell, columns and rows of wires coupled to the logic cell, and a programmable memory el ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova: Microelectronic programmable device and methods of forming and programming the same. Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, November 13, 2003: US20030209728-A1 (8 worldwide citation)


A microelectronic programmable structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally include an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the structure may be altered by applying a bias across the electrodes, an ...


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Maria Mitkova, Darryl P Butt: Chalcogenide glass ionizing radiation sensor. Boise State University, Parsons Behle & Latimer, June 18, 2013: US08466425


A chalcogenide glass radiation sensor comprising a chalcogenide glass layer coupled to at least two electrodes and a metal source, and a method using the same are disclosed. The chalcogenide glass layer has a resistivity and the at least two electrodes are configured to facilitate the measurement of ...


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Michael N Kozicki, Maria Mitkova, Chakravarthy Gopalan: Scalable programmable structure, an array including the structure, and methods of forming the same. Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, July 1, 2004: US20040124407-A1


A microelectronic programmable structure suitable for storing information, and array including the structure and methods of forming and programming the structure are disclosed. The programmable structure generally includes an ion conductor and a plurality of electrodes. Electrical properties of the ...



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